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 ... tables of calculations; models of letter cases; schemes for casting off copy, and imposing; ... 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.
|Main Author:||Smith, John, printer, fl. 1755.|
London, Printed by L. Wayland and sold by T. Evans, 1787.
2 p. L., 369 p.
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