Printing Industry England London : Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. : to the master and keepers, or warden and comminaltie of the mysterie and art of stationers of the citie of London ...; England and Wales.
Printing Industry Marketing Early Works To 1800 : The orthographiall declaration: : containing, a briefe aduertisement of two new inventions, called, lineage and fortage, whereby writing-paper and parchment, are decently ruled and inlined, for to ingrosse or vpon, after a more dextrous and beneficiall manner, than is done or performed by the ordinary way of hand-ruling, with plummet, ruler, or brasse-pen. ; Examples satisfactorie for paper-books in quarto are annexed. Paper, parchment, and writing-bookes thus forted and inlined, are sold in the Kings Bench in Southwarke. ... Cum priuilegio..
Printing Press History : Printing presses : history and development from the fifteenth century to modern times.; Moran, James,
Printing Presses 16th Century : A [bryefe] summe [of the whole] Byble : a Christyan instruc[tion for] all parsons yonge and [old] to the whych [is] anne[xed] the ordinary for all degrees. / Translated out of Doutch into Anglysh [sic] by Anthony Scoloker..; Heyden, Cornelius van der.
Printing Social Aspects : Inscription and erasure : literature and written culture from the eleventh to the eighteenth century / Roger Chartier ; translated by Arthur Goldhammer.; Chartier, Roger,
Printing Standards England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Expresse commands from both the honourable Houses of Parliaments : containing these particular heads following: I. to all justices, and other superior officers that shall have authority to administer the oath of allegiance aud [sic] supremacy; that whosoever shall deny the acceptance of either of the same, they be forthwith committed, and their names delivered up to the House. II. That those abuses concerning the defence of His Majesties forts not accomplished, be peesently [sic] looked into. III. That the abuses of printing, be likewise reformed, and the publishing of obnoxious matters in Pamphlets be severely punished. Ordered to be printed, by the authoritie of both the Honourable Houses of Parliament. John Brown Cler. Parliament.; England and Wales.
Printing Standards England Early Works To 1800 : Expresse commands from both the honourable Houses of Parliaments : containing these particular heads following : I. to all justices and other superior officers that shall have authority to administer the oath of allegiance and supremacy : that whosoever shall deny the acceptance of either of the same they be forthwith committed and their names delivered vp to the House : II. that those abuses concerning the defence of His Majesties forts not accomplished be peesently [sic] looked into : III. that the abuses of printing be likewise reformed and the publishing of obnoxious matters in Pamphlets be severely punished.; England and Wales.
Printing United States : Printing on the iron handpress / foreword by Harry Duncan ; illustrations and technical design by George Laws.; Rummonds, Richard-Gabriel.
Printing United States History : American bibliography: a chronological dictionary of all books, pamphlets, and periodical publications printed in the United States of America from the genesis of printing in 1639 down to and including the year 1820, with bibliographical and biographical notes; Evans, Charles.
Prints 17th Century England : A catalogue of plates, : the prints whereof are useful for gentlemen, artists, and gentlewomen, and school-mistresses works, sold by Arthur Tooker, stationer at the Globe over against Salisbury House in the Strand, where you may have choice of maps, and also Italian, German, and the Low Countrey prints, Indian ink, abortive skins, all sorts of paintings, and all stationary wares.; Tooker, Arthur.
Prints American 19th Century Exhibitions : American prints, 1879-1979 : catalogue of an exhibition at the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, 1980 / by Frances Carey and Antony Griffiths.; British Museum.