By Isabel Rivers
A suite of 8 essays that examine the ebook exchange revolution of the 18th-century and the ways that major sorts of 18th-century writings have been designed and bought via diverse audiences. It units out to discover the solutions to definite the most important questions about the modern use of books. Following on from Professor Rivers' "Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth-century England", released in 1982 this new assortment includes the result of very important examine via recognized experts within the box of e-book publishing heritage.
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The Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue, now subsumed within The English Short Title Catalogue (in progress); Michael Crump and Michael Harris (eds), Searching the Eighteenth Century (London: British Library, 1983). 3. Peter Borsay, 'The English urban renaissance: the development of a provincial urban culture c. 1680 - c. ', Past and Present, 126 (February 1990): 189-202; Rosemary Sweet, The English Town 1680-1840: Government, Society and Culture (London: Longman, 1999). THE B O O K T R A D E S 31 4.
G. B. Hill and L. F. Powell, 2nd edn, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964), p. 438. 33. Zachs, First John Murray, ch. 5. 34. See Warren MacDougall, 'Smugglers, reprinters and hot pursuers: the Irish-Scottish book trade and copyright prosecution in the late eighteenth century', in Myers and Harris (eds), Stationers' Company, pp. 151—83. 35. Murray to Gilbert Stuart, 25 September 1775, cited in Zachs, First John Murray, p. 61. 36. John Trusler, Modem Times: Or the Adventures of Gabriel Outcast, Vol.
95—114. 18. Louise Lippincott, Selling Art in Georgian London: The Rise of Arthur Pond (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1983). 19. See Timothy Clayton, The English Print 1688-1802 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1997); and Sven H. A. Bruntjen, John Boydell, 1719-1804: A Study of Art Patronage and Publishing in Georgian London (New York and London: Garland Press, 1985). 20. Further references are given in James Raven, 'Establishing and maintaining credit lines overseas: the case of the export book trade from London in the eighteenth century, mechanisms and personnel', in Laurence Fontaine and Gilles Postel-Vinay (eds), Des Personnes aux institutions: Reseaux et culture du credit du XVIe au XXe siecle en Europe (Louvain-la-Neuve: BruylantAcademia, 1997), pp.
Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth-Century England: New Essays by Isabel Rivers