2 edition of William Porter, printer, bookseller, and stationer, No. 12 Skinner Row,.... found in the catalog.
William Porter, printer, bookseller, and stationer, No. 12 Skinner Row,....
Porter, William (printer)
Receipted invoice for printed tickets and direction papers supplied to Mr Thos. Read. Invoice printed; completed and dated in ms.
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Headley William, printer of the Leeds Independent, bookseller and stationer, 21, Briggate; house, Trafalgar street Heaps Christopher, plumber, glazier dealer in . Sketchley's Bristol Directory Abbreviations: M.C. stands for Master in Chancery; N.P. for Notary Public; Mer. for Merchant; L. for Lodgings to let; B. for Boarding; L.B. for Lodging and Boarding. St. Augustine’s Back, now St. Augustine’s Parade At No below will be found the name of William Barrett, surgeon and historian. The fact that some of Chatterton’s inventions were Views: K.
Oak Knoll published a book on Copy Presses in - unfortunately it’s out of print, but you may be able to find it through a Library. Written by Barbara Rhodes and William Streeter “Before Photocopying: The Art and History of Mechanical Copying ”. 6>IOBT4S~ \Cr 1^ FOUNDEDBYSIRPETERGOATS,I87O. REFERENCEDEPARTMENT 1R3P.C. 05O NoBooktobetakenoutoftheRoom. X^-;OOK PA IS I
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List of Margaret Cavendish’s Texts, Printers, and Booksellers () Cameron Kroetsch Below is a complete list of Margaret Cavendish's texts that includes their publication date, common title, printer, and bookseller (if known).1 Whitaker, Plomer, and Rivington haveFile Size: KB.
Robert Cottle appears in directories from to as postmaster, stationer, book binder and printer. The census shows him in Winchester Street, as a printer employing two men.
His household included his wife, his brother Moses (a stationer) his mother-in-law, an assistant, an apprentice, a year-old boy and 2 servants.
Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 0 The London book trades a preliminary checklist of members. bookseller Names S. SABINE, Thomas I, printer and bookseller, 81, Shoe Lane P; 7, Fleet Lane Trading: as Thomas Sabine P; as Sabine and son ; as Thomas Sabine junior Author: Ian Maxted.
Items Books sold by James Phillips, bookseller, stationer and printer, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street. x Print Current image. Preserve zoom level. All images; Print Cancel + o-^ Scrollwheel Zoom.
printer On Tuesday evening [1 Bookseller died Mr. Williams, bookseller and stationer on Ludgate Hill (Daily Advertiser 3 Dec ) Williams, John II. Given gratis, at Mr. Williams's, bookseller, No. 38, Fleet-street; and at Mr.
Dixwell's printer, in St. Martin's Lane, an abstract of a new essay on the venereal disease, wrote by Dr. Becket Author: Ian Maxted. The printers, stationers and book-binders of Westminster and London from to (Vol-1) [Duff, E.
Gordon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The printers, stationers and book-binders of Westminster and London from to (Vol-1)Author: E. Gordon Duff. Robert Thornton () was printer, bookseller, publisher, book auctioneer and bookbinder in Dublin from He was granted the office of King’s Stationer in Ireland in October Dunton described him as King’s stationer inas well as a book auctioneer, when he treated him to a ‘Bottle of Excellent Claret’.
In the late seventeenth century, when the Dublin book trade was in its infancy, book auctions became a popular method of sale with bookseller and purchaser alike.
The auction offered variety to connoisseurs, often featuring imported continental editions, and older scarce material not easily found in the general Dublin bookshops. William S. Burroughs () was the author of numerous novels, including "Junky," "Queer""Naked Lunch," "Nova Express," "The Ticket That Exploded," "The Soft Machine," and "The Wild Boys." He is considered one of the twentieth century's most radical, innovative, and influential writers, and a founding member of the Beat s: Abbey Street from Peter's Hill to North King Street.
McAllister, Wm., carpenter 3. McClenahan, H., labourer 5. McAllister, John, labourer. Full text of "Hodson's Booksellers, publishers and stationers' directory for London and " See other formats.
BARNSTAPLE is a market town, borough, and port, in the union, deanery, and archdeaconry to which it gives its name, diocese of Exeter, hundred of Braunton, North Devonshire, for which it is a polling place; 9 miles north-east from Bideford, 11 north-west from South Molton, 40 north-west from Exeter, and miles by road, and by railway from London; at the confluence of the rivers Yeo and.
Full text of "Stationery & office products " See other formats. I don't find that unique mixture in any chain bookstore. I admire entrepreneurs who go an independent way.
As a customer I give them my constant support and sympathy. If more customers favor quality and uniqueness over cold uniformity we can help such stores to survive and to be strong. "Printers Row Fine & Rare Books" is a jewel in Chicago%(5). Names Beginning 'Fa*' to 'Fl*' No 1. FAASS, Hermann Theodor storekeeper Tanunda Memorial /16 Became a bankrupt Memorial / FAASS, Hermann Theodor commission agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) Memorial / FABIAN, Charles formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Streaky Bay Application FABIAN, James butcher Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant.
William, book keeper, 3, Great Crosshall street Grogan Thomas, book keeper, 13, Princes street Groocock Jane, milliner & straw hat maker, 9, Commutation row. Callowhill Street, Leek Lane Built about on the estate which fell to the Penn family, through the marriage of the famous William Penn with Hannah Callowhill 1.
Rossiter, Sarah, victualler, Black Horse 2. Mogg, Eliz., victualler, Seven Stars 6. Wighthead, John, shoe-maker 8. Jackson Views: K. Author and Printer in Victorian England demonstrates that printing technology shapes texts.
The technology involved was a nineteenth-century revolution in printing methods; the texts were classic literary works by Victorian authors. What was at stake was textual control: who would.
SOURCE: Kent's Directory for the Year Cities of London and Westminster, & Borough of Southwark. An alphabetical List of the Names and Places of Abode of the Directors of Companies, Persons in Public Business, Merchts., and other eminent Traders in the Cities of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark.
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The annual produce of these tolls, deducing the expence of Houses, Collectors, &c. was estimated at £ The committee likewise proposed a rate, not exceeding 6d. in the pound, per quarter, on the landlords and occupiers of houses, &c. within the city (exclusive of the hamlets), the annual produce of which was calculated at £; so that the whole expence, under the proposed bill, would.Bankrupts Devon genealogy.
Bankrupts Listing compiled from articles in the Exeter Flying Post.NAEGELI John, merchant, 69, Mill7, south side Duke's dock Nairn Martha, 22, Greekcarver and gilder, 15, Rupert street.