2 edition of Accounts for printing with John Nourse, 1763, and Andrew Millar, 1758-9. found in the catalog.
Accounts for printing with John Nourse, 1763, and Andrew Millar, 1758-9.
Written in English
|Contributions||Nourse, John., Millar, Andrew.|
|The Physical Object|
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Author of The origin of printing, Miscellaneous tracts, Bowyers chapel rules, An appendix to the first edition of The origin of printing, Anecdotes, biographical and literary, of the late Mr William Bowyer, printer. Compiled for private use, Accounts for printing with John Nourse,and Andrew Millar,A view of a book, entitled, Reliquiæ Baxterianæ.
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