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" Press, are particularly meant to combine the various beauties of PRINTING, TYPE-FOUNDING, ENGRAVING, and PAPER-MAKING ; as well with a view to ascertain the near approach to perfection which those arts have attained in this country, as to invite a fair... "
Printing Types, Their History, Forms, and Use: A Study in Survivals - Page 146
by Daniel Berkeley Updike - 1922
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 100

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1830
...perfection which those arts have attained in this country, as to invite a fair competition with (he best Typographical productions of other nations. How...complete Specimen of the Arts of Type and Block-printing. 'I The whole of the Types with which this woik has been printed, are executed by Mr. William Martin,...
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A new general biographical dictionary, projected and partly arranged by H.J ...

New general biographical dictionary - 1848
...valuable works, which have already been given to the world, through the medium of the Shakspeare Press, is particularly meant to combine the various beauties...the best typographical productions of other nations. The ornaments were engraved on blocks of wood, by the Messrs. Bewick, of Newcastle-upon-Tync and London,...
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New general biographical dictionary, Volume 5

Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose, Thomas Wright - Biography - 1848
...works, which have already been given to the world, through the médium of the Shakspeare Press, is particularly meant to combine the various beauties...the best typographical productions of other nations. The ornaments were engraved on blocks of wood, by the Messrs. Bewick, of Newcastle-upon-Tync and London,...
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A New General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 5

Hugh James Rose - Biography - 1857
...particularly meant to combine the various beauties of printing, typefounding, engraving, and paper-makmg ; as well with a view to ascertain the near approach...the best typographical productions of other nations. The ornaments were engraved on blocks of wood, by the Messrs. Bewick, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and London,...
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A History of the Old English Letter Foundries: With Notes, Historical and ...

Talbot Baines Reed - Great Britain - 1887 - 379 pages
...perfection which those arts have attained to (in) this country, as to invite a fair competition with the typographical productions of other nations. How far...attempt, the public will now be fully able to judge." In all these encomiums, Martin claims a share ; and, regarded simply as type specimens, the productions...
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Edward Almack - Bookplates - 1904 - 180 pages
...Office, Cleveland row. 1795". "To raise the art of Printing in this country from the neglected state ... to combine the various beauties of Printing, Typefounding,...the best Typographical Productions of other nations . . . The whole of the Types, . . . are executed by Mr. William Martin, in the house of my friend Mr....
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