PRINTERS AND PRINTING,
Progress of Literature,
ANCIENT AND MODERN;
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.
H. JOHNSON, 49, PATERNOSTER-ROW;
FRASER & CO. EDINBURGH; SYMINGTON & CO. GLASGOW; CURRY & CO. DUBLIN.
AND BANCKS & CO. MANCHESTER.