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1768

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1866

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1856

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Privately printed, Glasgow, 1869 TURNER (J. M. W.) LIBER STUDIORUM of, reproduced in Facsimile by the Autotype Process, edited, and each Plate accompanied by a Critical Notice, by the REV. STOPFORD BROOKE, M.A. The Plates Photographed from Examples of the best "States in possession of the Editor. Publishing in three volumes, each containing 24 illustrations. Vols. I. and II., oblong folio, now ready, bound in cloth, each £4. 4s 1882-3 Vol. III. is expected shortly.

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1856

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1853

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1800

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TYLOR (E. 'B.) RESEARCHES into the EARLY
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TYNDALE (W.) and JOHN FRITH
(English Reformers) WORKS of; edited by T.
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1831
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1863

CONTENTS:-I. Historical Essay on the History of Printing: translated from the French of De la Serna Santander, by Theme Hodgson second edition (150 copies printed)-11. Biographical Memoirs of William Ged, including a particular Account of his Progress in the Art of Block Printing (160 copies printed —\\ . Memoir on the Origin of Printing, by Ralph Willett (150 cer printed)-IV. Essay on the Origin and Progress of Stereotype Printing, including a Description of the various Processes jor copies printed).

TYRRELL'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY of ENG-
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ENGLAND under the Reigns of EDWARD VI.
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1839

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