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A letter written by the Reverend Charles Ellis claiming the invention of printing for Coster and a letter in refutation of that claim. .

Ellis, Charles.

Published by Chicago: Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen,, 1940
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A transcription of the texts of these letters as originally published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1703, quarto, 11 pp., Published as a report on Work Projects Administration, Official Project No. OP 65-1-54-273 (3); very good, softcover. Bookseller Inventory # ZB1064390

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Title: A letter written by the Reverend Charles ...

Publisher: Chicago: Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen,

Publication Date: 1940

Book Condition: Very Good

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