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Ronald Brunlees McKerrow: a selection of his essays.
McKerrow, R. B. (Ronald Brunlees), 1872-1940.
Publication Information:
Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 1974.
Physical Description:
viii, 240 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Greg, W. W. Introduction: Ronald Brunlees McKerrow, 1872-1940.--Some notes on the letters i, j, u and v in sixteenth century printing.--The supposed calling-in of Drayton's Harmony of the church, 1591.--The red printing in the 1611 Bible.--Booksellers, printers, and the stationers' trade.--The use of the galley in Elizabethan printing.--Elizabethan printers and the composition of reprints.--Bibliographical terms.--Review of Specimens of books printed at Oxford with the types given to the University by John Fell.--Bibliography--two letters.--Edward Allde as a typical trade printer.--Review of Bibliography, practical, enumerative, historical, by Henry Bartlett van Hoesen.--Edition and impression.--The Elizabethan printer and dramatic manuscripts.--The treatment of Shakespeare's text by his earlier editors, 1709-1768.--Review of An enquiry into the nature of certain nineteenth century pamphlets, by John Carter and Graham Pollard.--Form and matter in the publication of research.--Francis, F. C. A list of the writings of Ronald Brunlees McKerrow (p. 203-238)
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