empty bottles, and drawers in an apothecary's shop, labelled so as to give the idea of an extensive stock. Chandlers' shop keepers and small general dealers use dummies largely, half-tubs of butter, bladders of lard, hams, cheeses, &c., being specially manufactured for them. Dummies in libraries generally take the form of “Hume and Smollett's History of England” and other works not likely to tempt the general reader.