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Collection of letters and documents relating to American and English booksellers and printers, 1732-1884

Author: Robert FridenbergJellas FondaJohn MooreJ NourseE B O'CallaghanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Miscellaneous letters, invoices and related documents from 18th and 19th century American and English booksellers. Among the American documents are a substantial number addressed to the Boston bookseller John West and his firm. Other American booksellers and printers represented, based in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York, include: Henry Bult, Samuel Campbell, Conrad & Co., Joseph Crukshank, Alexander Denham, Hugh  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Receipts
Invoices
Correspondence
Correspondoence
Named Person: Charles Arbuthnot; Samuel Campbell; Charles Corbett; Joseph Crukshank; James Dodsley; Hugh Gaine; David Hall; Archibald Hamilton; James Harris; John Hughes; Andrew Millar; G Nicol; Samuel Paterson; Jane Porter; James Rivington; William Strahan; Moses Thomas; C P Wayne; Thomas Becket; Henry Bult; R Dalton; Alexander Denham; John Scott Hylton; William Jackson; Thomas S Manning; Craven W Richards; Paul Vaillant; T Woodfall
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Fridenberg; Jellas Fonda; John Moore; J Nourse; E B O'Callaghan; H E Robinson; George Selwyn; John West; F Wingrave; Toule & Bugbee,; West & Richarson,; Wingrave & Collingwood,
OCLC Number: 122530280
Description: 78 items (1 box)

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Miscellaneous letters, invoices and related documents from 18th and 19th century American and English booksellers. Among the American documents are a substantial number addressed to the Boston bookseller John West and his firm. Other American booksellers and printers represented, based in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York, include: Henry Bult, Samuel Campbell, Conrad & Co., Joseph Crukshank, Alexander Denham, Hugh Gaine, William Gowans, David Hall, David Hogan, John Scott Hylton, Jacob Johnson, T.S. Manning, James Rivington, Moses Thomas, and C.P. Wayne. Included with the American collection is a tribute addressed to British novelist Jane Porter from the "booksellers and publishers of New York City" (1844). American correspondents include but are not limited to: Major Jellas Fonda, John Moore, H.E. Robinson, E.B. O'Callaghan, and the firm of Toule & Bugbee. The English (London) material is limited to the 18th century, and the booksellers and printers represented are: Charles Arbuthnot, Thomas Becket, James Bettenham, Cadell & Davies (Andrew Becket), Charles Corbett, R. Dalton, Robert Dodsley, Archibald Hamilton, John Hughes, William Jackson, and Andrew Millar. Also: Samuel Paterson, Craven W. Richards, William Strahan, Paul Vaillant, and Wingrave and Collingwood. English correspondents include but are not limited to: John Nourse, George Selwyn, and the firms of Cadell & Davies and Wingrave and Collingwood (F. Wingrave).

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