Journeys through the market: travel, travellers, and the book trade
This work is a series of historical essays on the awakening interests in travel, exploration and its literature by publishers. Leading authorities have contributed seven well-written, scholarly essays on the dramatic influence of travel and exploration on the publishing business.
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America Anthony Payne Australia book trade booksellers Britain British cabin Cadiz Cambridge catalogue Census Church colonial compilers context copies coverage cultural D. B. Quinn dedication Diary Discoveries Divers Voyages Drake East India edition eighteenth century Emigrants England English engravings Europe foreign France French geographical George Grand Tour guide book Hakluyt Society History illustrated included Indies interest Italy John John Dee Journal journey Karl von Zinzendorf late later Laudonniere Library London Gazette manuscript maps material Merchants Michael Harris Muscovy Company National newspapers nineteenth century Oxford papers Paris particular passengers Penny Magazine period political Principal Navigations printed publication published Purchas readers reading remarked reports Revd Richard Altick Richard Hakluyt Robert Rome serial seventeenth century ships shipwreck narrative sketches Society's sources Spanish St Paul's Bibliographies surviving Taylor texts Thomas tourists translation travel literature University Press Virginia vols London volume Walsingham William William Oldys wreck writing