BIRD & BULL PEPPER POT: INGREDIENTS, CHOICE BITS OF UNCOMMON PAPERMAKING PUBLISHING AND PRINTING HISTORY SIMMERED IN A TASTY BROTH OF POETRY, CURRENT EVENTS AND AMUSING ANECDOTES. LIGHTLY SEASONED WITH A DASH OF OBSCENITY, AND WITH SELECTED PORTIONS OF TRIPE ADDED AS IN THE OLD ORIGINAL RECIPE.
Limited to "approximately 250 copies." Being the second commonplace book issued by the press. (Taylor A19) Printed by hand by Morris on Green's handmade Bird & Bull paper. Seven articles including an autobiographical sketch and the first English translation of sections of Jacob Christian Schaeffer's famous 18th-century text on papermaking. The latter contains four tinted plates showing raw material for papers. With prospectus.
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