[Boston, MA? nd] [ca.1860-65]. Single sheet, folded, printed on blue paper. 20 cm.  pp. One page of text, [3pp. blank]. Signed in type by George W. Bungay. Old fold lines, light stain at right margin, not affecting text. Very good. Bungay solicits merchants and manufacturers for business profiles which he has engaged to publish in the Waverley Magazine, "a well-known and widely circulated journal, printed weekly...." which has an immense circulation in New York, New England, every State in the Confederacy and the British Provinces. The author promises truthful and graphic sketches of the businesses profiled, which will be read by a wide audience and be of benefit to their enterprises as a "novel mode of advertising...." for the cost of $10 and travel expenses. He lists several businesses he has already profiled, approximately 20, many in the Boston area. Interested parties should contact Bungay at his Dental Room, 165 Court St., Boston. No listings found on OCLC. Item #65548
George W. Bungay (1818-1892) was a prolific author and compiler of verse, songsters, biographical collections of politicians, etc., often with a temperance theme.