2 edition of Notes on early printing in Scotland, 1507-1600. found in the catalog.
Notes on early printing in Scotland, 1507-1600.
Clark, J. T.
Written in English
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We can trace Scottish printing back to 4 April On that date the earliest surviving dated book in Scotland was printed in Edinburgh.
Here you can read full texts of items printed on 73 of the first 76 printing presses set up in Scotland between and These have been digitised from the National Library of Scotland's collections.
and in a book on the same subject, under the title of "Introduction of the Art of Printing into Scotland." The ground traversed in those two books has been necessarily retraced in this work, and extracts from them find a place here for it appeared desirable to retain Dr.
Dickson's account of our earliest Scottish printers, rather than. A List of Books Printed in Scotland Before [Aldis, Harry G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A List of Books Printed in Scotland Before Author: Harry G. Aldis. A list of books printed in Scotland beforeincluding those printed furth of the realm for Scottish booksellers by Aldis, Harry Gidney, Topics Scottish literature -- Bibliography Early, Printers -- Scotland, Scotland -- Imprints Publisher [Edinburgh] Printed for the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society CollectionPages: 1st ed.
reprinted with additions including entries for books published in Description: Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, xxviii, , p.
31 cm. ISBN: Notes: Originally published, Edinburgh: Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, Subjects: Bibliography -- Scotland -- Early printed books -- Union lists.
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