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A
DICTIONARY
OF
PRINTERS AND PRINTING,

WITH THE
Progress of Literature,
ANCIENT AND MODERN;

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATIONS.
ETC. ETC.

BY C. H. TIMPERLEY.

"If asked, why Printers and Booksellers in particular?—I answer, they are a valuable class of the community—the friendly assistaints, at least, if not the patrons of literature— and I myself one of the fraternity—let the members of other professions, if they approve of the suggestion, in like manner record the meritorious actions of their brethren."—John Nichols.


LONDON :
H. JOHNSON, 49, PATERNOSTER-ROW;
FRASER & CO. EDINBURGH; SYMINGTON & CO. GLASGOW; CURRY & CO. DUBLIN.
AND BANCKS & CO. MANCHESTER.

MDCCCXXXIX.