Logographic Press


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Publishing Laetitia-Matilda Hawkins
For printing ConstanceHookham used the Logographic Press (an experimental firm which aimed to speed printing by having certain common words precast as units of type instead of having to be assembled from individual letters)...
Textual Production Ann Gomersall
It appeared in two volumes, undated, printed for the authoress, by the Literary Society at the Logographic Press
English Short Title Catalogue. http://estc.bl.uk/.
which suggests collaboration or co-operation between a group founded by John Trusler and a publishing house...


By 1773: Thomas Hookham was publishing in London....

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By 1773

Thomas Hookham was publishing in London. He ran the Logographic Press from 1785, then the firm of Hookham and Carpenter from 1791. His partnership with James Carpenter was acrimoniously dissolved in 1798.


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