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Smith, John - The Printer's Grammar, 1787 (ESTC T98767)
The Printer's Grammar: Containing a Concise History of the Origin of Printing; Also, an Examination of the Superficies, Gradation, and Properties of the Different Sizes of Types cast by Letter Founders; Various Tables of Calculation; Models of Letter Cases; Schemes for casting off Copy, and Imposing; and many other Requisites for attaining a perfect Knowledge both in the Theory and Practice of the Art of Printing. With Directions to Authors, Compilers, &c. How to Prepare Copy, and to Correct their own Proofs. Chiefly collected from Smith's Edition. To which are added Directions for Pressmen, &c. The whole calculated for the Service of All who have any Concern in the Letter Press
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Printed by L. Wayland; and sold by T. Evans, Pater-Noster-Row
University of Michigan - Buhr Shelving Facility, Z 244 .A2 S65