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4. The work appears in Numbers, of which five are published annually, each Number consisting of five Plates.
5. The price of each number is Two Guineas, payable on delivery.


Persons desirous of becoming Subscribers, are requested to apply to

Mr. Audubon,

Or to Mr R. Havell junior, Engraver and Publisher, 77. Oxford Street, London, with whom specimens of the work may be seen, or to any of the following agents:—

Messrs Treuttel, Wurtz and Co. Soho Square, London.
Messrs Robinson, Liverpool.
Mr T. Sowler, Manchester.
Mr E. Charnley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Messrs Pool and Booth, Chester.
Messrs Beilby, Knott and Beilby, Birmingham; and
Mr Adam Black, North Bridge, Edinburgh.




The First Volume, consisting of One Hundred Plates, representing Ninety-nine species of Birds, of many of which there are several Figures, is now published. It is expected that other Three Volumes, of equal size, will complete the work.