2 edition of William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley found in the catalog.
William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley
H. V. Marrot
|Statement||by H.V. Marrot.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Curwen Press., Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z232.B93 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||30017723|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marrot, H.V. (Harold Vincent). William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley. London: Fleuron Ltd., (Plaistow: Curwen Press).
Peter Isaac, William Bulmer: The Fine Printer in Context Expanded from the Sandars Lectures Cambridge William Bulmer Bain & Williams, [February ]. 43 plates. £ Reviewed by G. Bentley, Jr.
The two greatest English printers during William Blake’s lifetime were William Bulmer and Thomas Bensley, and each was responsibile for a number of works. The Bulmer family were a noble family of Norman England, resident in family takes their name from Bulmer, North name Bulmer comes from English "Bull mere", a lake William Bulmer by a William Bulmer, and is an Anglicised form of Gaelic "Búir na mara" (literally meaning "roar of the sea") from the Celtic tribe Brigantes during their occupation of the area.
The two greatest English printers during William Blake's lifetime were William Bulmer and Thomas Bensley, and each was responsibile for a number Thomas Bensley book works of major importance in Blake's caree r and in the history of fine print-ing.
These included for Bulmer three major publications by Boydell: Hogarth, Works (), Shakspeare, Dramatic. Bulmer, William () Libraries Australia pamphlets and periodicals / printed by William Bulmer Isaac, Peter C.
G [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 38,) William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley: a study in transition / by H.V. Marrot Marrot, H. (Harold Vincent). On the printer William Bulmer see: P. Isaac, William Bulmer: the fine printer in context, (); H.V.
Marrot, William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley: a study in transition (). A study of the editor was A. Sherbo, The achievement of George Steevens (). Sir William Bulmer, who has died a was a leading figure in the textile industry; in the Second World War, he escaped from a PoW camp in Italy and reached the Allied lines after eight months.
BENSLEY, THOMAS (d. ), printer, is known by his own productions and by certain mechanical adjustments (adopted by the 'Times' in ). His offices in Bolt Court were the same which had William Bulmer been occupied by Edward Allen, the friend of Johnson.
Bensley Law Offices of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provides consumer protection and personal injury representation. Call us at Thomas Bensley (–) was an English printer known for fine work, and as a collaborator of Friedrich Koenig.
He was an innovator in the fields of steam-powered printing presses, and lithography for book illustration. Life. Bensley, the son of a printer in The Strand, had printing premises at Bolt Court, off Fleet Street in London, and William Bulmer was considered his only.
The book was printed for the author and Lee, and for Harris, a bookseller, by Thomas Bensley, who has not achieved the status of his rival William Bulmer, but was certainly one of the finest printers in London, along with Charles Whittingham. The Bensley family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Bensley families were found in the UK in In there were 7 Bensley families living in New York.
This was about 41% of all the recorded Bensley's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Bensley families in This issue contains "Horace Hart and The University Press Oxford - " by Chales Batey (with 8 Callotype plates), "An Article on 'La Revue Blanche'" by Denys Sutton, "Der Sturm: A document of Expressionism" by Edith Hoffmann and "Supplement to List of books printed by William Bulmer and Thomas Bensley" by Sir William Croft.
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View the profiles of professionals named "William Bensley" on LinkedIn. There are 10+ professionals named "William Bensley", who use LinkedIn to. Convict Ship Sir William Bensley Embarked: Deaths: 1 Surgeon's Journal: no Previous vessel: Fame arrived 8 March Next vessel: Morley arrived 10 April Master Lewis E.
Williams Surgeon William Evans Sir William Bensley was built at Ipswich in  The prisoners sent to New South Wales on the Sir William Bensley came from counties throughout England. The book was printed for the author and Lee, and for Harris, a bookseller, by Thomas Bensley, who has not achieved the status of his rival William Bulmer, but was certainly one of the finest printers in London, along with Charles Whittingham.
Notes: Davison issued three editions (one in 8 vol., two in 10 vol.) which are closely related to the Plays of William Shakspeare printed by Bensley. These three variants, all with matching v. 1 title pages, can be distinguished by t.p. imprints. The letter press by Thomas Bensley.
London, published by R. Bowyer and J. Fittler, With a large watercolor painting concealed under the gilt of each fore-edge (fanned to the right), that on the first volume being a representation of Adam and Eve, feature here, and that on the second volume a view of the Mount of Olives from the slopes of.
London, printed by William Bulmer and Co. [Half title idem, but] Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, £ Square 8vo.
p [vii] [vii-xxiii] 6 [i]. Full calf binding. This is the 2nd issue of the 8vo edition () with Wooden engravings by Thomas Bewick after the designs of his brother John Bewick.
William Godwin was married to Mary Wollstonecraft and father of Mary Shelley. About. William Bulmer, Thomas Bensley; a Study in Transition (London: The Fleuron Ltd., The London Book Trades, – A Preliminary Checklist of Members (Folkestone: Dawson.
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The convict ships, (Australian ed). As the Pali Text Society began issuing editons and translations of the Pali Canon and Commentaries in quick succession, Rhys Davids conceived the idea of the compilation of an exhaustive dictionary of Pali, based on the voluminous basic material that was being brought to light.
the work took more than twenty years of devoted labour but before his death in5/5(2). John Gurr, one of convicts transported on the Sir William Bensley, 09 October Sussex Assizes: Thomas Haley: Thomas Haley, one of convicts transported on the Sir William Bensley, 09 October Middlesex Gaol Delivery: John Hall: John Hall, one of convicts transported on the Sir William Bensley, 09 October Middlesex.
William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job: The Engravings and related material with Essays, Catalogue of states and printings, Commentary on the plates and Documentary record by David Bindman, Barbara Bryant, Robert Essick, Geoffrey Keynes and Bo Lindberg.
Edited by David Bindman (London: William Blake Trust, ). CAMDEN, William. Britannia. Or a Chorographical Description description of the flourishing kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the islands adjacent; from the earliest antiquity. By William Camden. Translated from the edition published by the author in MDCVII.
Enlarged by the latest discoveries, by Richard Gough, F. & R. London: W. Bulmer for F. Du Roveray and sold by J. Wright, 8vo., xxix, pp., 6 plates by Fuseli and Wm. Hamilton, engraved by T. Holloway. Old marbled calf, slightly worn, old ink inscription on title-page, some foxing to plates.
§ Second edition. This was the last book to appear with Hamilton’s illustrations in his lifetime as he died in late London: The Fleuron, First edition: one of numbered copies. A fine study of the two celebrated English printers – William Bulmer () and Thomas Bensley (d) and their books “the importance and artistic merit of English printing between and has never until now been adequately recognised”.
Disbound. (Issac 'Checklist' in William Bulmer the fine printer in context) Bulmer's imprint on the final verso. Rare, we can locate only 1 other copy and that of the first edition. £ Printed by Thomas Bensley, a Napoleonic era polemic on the strengths and faults of militia armies and fortresses by a Captain in the Royal Engineers.
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William Combe, (bornBristol, Gloucestershire, England—died JLondon), prolific English writer of miscellaneous prose and satirical verse who is best remembered for the popular Dr.
Syntax series of books, published between andfor which he supplied text and Thomas Rowlandson provided drawings. Combe was educated at Eton College. Victorian mauve calf, contrasting morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Rubbed to extremities, joints, browning to spine. Bookplates of Charles James Fox Bunbury, William Carr, and the Nowell-Smiths to front endpapers.
Presentation copy, inscribed 'Henry William Bunbury,From the Author' to head of half-title. Library of Congress. General Collections. LC call number: PRB6F3 Several editions of The Farmer's Boy from onward can be seen in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress.
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Frey.About this Item: Thomas McLean, London, Hardback. Condition: Good. First Edition. First McLean printing of this costume book originally issued by William Miller. Fine full red morocco binding with gilt decoration on boards and spine, all edges gilt.
Spine, corners and edges are rubbed. Front end paper cracked at joint.