2 edition of Printing in Mullingar, 1773-1825. found in the catalog.
Printing in Mullingar, 1773-1825.
Ernest Reginald McClintock Dix
Written in English
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The main centres of printing and book production outside Dublin in the eighteenth century and earlier tended to be the major ports: Cork, Belfast, Waterford, Limerick and Derry, with Kilkenny on the river Nore also an important centre. Surprisingly Galway, a major port from medieval times, was slow to develop a printing and bookselling trade..
Printing in Wexford from the earliest period to inclusive, by E. McClintock Dix. Also a list of books, newspapers, etc., printed in Carlow,printing in Loughrea in the 18th cent., and a list of printing in Larne from the earliest period, by the same author.
Printing in Mullingar, Posted in Books and reading, Ireland, Books, reading, printing, book trade, 18th-century Ireland, Uncategorized Tagged 18th century, Book trade, Books, History, Ireland, Munster, South Leinster Leave a comment Local distribution networks for print in Munster and South Leinster during the eighteenth-century.
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