Students who wish to exchange or sell their old text or miscellaneous books have now an opportunity of disposing of them in Cambridge on as good terms as they can make in Boston, for it is the intention of Moses King to deal in old books, as well as to keep a good assortment of new ones. Mr. King will also take secondhand books to sell on commission if persons prefer to hold their books until they can obtain their own prices for them; and by having an attractive and somewhat popular store, the advantages offered in this line ought to argue plainly in favor of leaving books for sale in the hands of Mr. King, in preference to almost any other place in Cambridge.
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