A CONCISE HANDBOOK OF ANCIENT AND MODERN LITERATURE, ISSUED EITHER ANONYMOUSLY, UNDER PSEUDONYMS, OR INITIALS.
Three page preface followed by the entries. With a title index in the back. Ex-library copy with markings. Cloth rubbed, corners bumped.
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First edition. (Appleton no.120). Expanded version of his Sandars Lectures in Bibliography. Contains 6 plates and 156 illustrations in the text. The first attempt at the study of the development of the newspaper with sections on the predecessors of the newspaper, early weekly and daily newspapers, journals, etc. This is the first book to be printed in "Monotype Bell." Jacket chipped with small pieces missing along the top of the spine and along the top edge of front cover.