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|Notes:||Colophon: "Here ends The art and craft of printing; collected essays by William Morris. Of this book there have been printed two hundred and ten copies by Clarke Conwell at the Elston press: finished this thirtieth day of January MDCCCCII. Sold by Clarke Conwell at the Elston press, Pelham road, New Rochelle, New York." Side-notes in red.|
|Description:||2 p. l., 44 p., 1 l., 19,  p., 1 l. illus. 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Note by William Morris on his aims in founding the Kelmscott press.--The ideal book: an address by William Morris, delivered before the Bibliographical society of London, MDCCCXCIII.--An essay on printing, by William Morris and Emery Walker, from Arts and crafts, essays by members of the Arts and crafts exhibition society.--Passages given to show the Troy & Chaucer types, and four iniials that were designed for the Froissart, but never used.|
|Responsibility:||by William Morris. A note by William Morris on his aims in founding the Kelmscott press, together with a short description of the press by S.C. Cockerell, and an annotated list of the books printed thereat.|