Conference on the History of the British Book Trade (22nd : 2005 : University of Birmingham)
Book trade connections from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries / edited by John Hinks and Catherine Armstrong.
New Castle, DE : Oak Knoll Press ; 2008.
London : British Library, 2008.
xiii, 265 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Papers delivered at the 22nd Print Networks Conference on the History of the British Book Trade, University of Birmingham, July 2005.
Others : some reflections on book trade history / John Feather -- Typography matters : branding ballads and gelding curates in Stuart England / Angela McShane -- Newspapers and their publishers during the Popish Plot and Exclusion Crisis / Susannah Randall -- John White and the development of print culture in the north east of England, 1711-1769 / Victoria Gardner -- Young Boswell and the London stationers : the authorial collaboration of James Boswell with William Flexney, bookseller and Samuel Chandler, printer, 1763 / James Caudle -- Indians, politicians, and profit : the printing career of Peter Williamson / Stephen Brown -- Periodical reactions : the effect of the 1798 Rebellion and the 1800 Act of Union on the Irish monthly periodical / Johanna Archbold -- The printing history of the Peace Egg chapbooks / Eddie Cass -- The chapbook mummers play : analysing ephemeral print traditions / Paul Smith -- What Middletown read : print networks in the nineteenth-century mid-west / Frank Felsenstein -- Welsh obscurity to notoriety : Lloyd George, the Boer War, and the North Wales press / Lisa Peters -- Sievier's monthly (1909) : pseudonyms and readership in early twentieth century popular fiction / Elaine Jackson.
Book industries and trade -- Great Britain -- History -- Congresses.