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English printer Hansard wrote his auto-biography in 1817, as a Christmas pres to his so. London: Printing Historical Society, (1991). 4to. Cloth, dust jacket.
The auto-biography of luke hansard, printer to the house, 1752-1828.
Luke Hansard (5 July 1752 – 29 October 1828) was an English printer. He printed the Journals of the House of Commons from 1774 until his death. His son Thomas Curson Hansard took over the business, and added the name "Hansard" to the title of the official reports of parliamentary debates and proceedings in 1829. This led to such reports in the United Kingdom and in some Commonwealth countries being customarily known as Hansard.
Luke Hansard was an English printer, born in Street Mary"s parish . Wakefield: Fleece Press, 1991. Autobiography of Luke Hansard Printer to the House 1752-1828 (Publication, Printing Historical Society).
Luke Hansard was an English printer, born in Street Mary"s parish, Norwich, who gave his name to Hansard, the record of Parliamentary debate, which he printed by Robin Myers. Evelyn Mansfield King, with J. C. Trewin, Printer to the House, London, 1952. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, educated (1911). article name needed". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed). Cambridge University Press. Norwich, English, United Kingdom.
The Auto-Biography of Luke Hansard: Printer to the House: 1752-1828 (Publication, Printing Historical Society). 090000312X (ISBN13: 9780900003127). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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The Journal of the Printing Historical Society welcomes submissions of scholarly articles on all aspects of the subject, including (but not limited to) the following: the history of the processes and mechanics of printing of all kinds; the personnel, skills and institutions of the printing industry; the design and manufacture of, and trade in, printers’ type and machinery; illustration and printmaking processes; typographical. Specimen of Stereotype Ornaments, 1825, by M. U. Sears.
Books from the extended shelves: Hansard, Luke, 1752-1828, printer: The works of Samuel Johnson, L. London : Printed by Luke Hansard. 1806), also by Samuel Johnson, James Fittler, Arthur Murphy, Alexander Chalmers, and printer J. Nichols and Son, contrib. by Joseph Johnson, illust. by Joshua Reynolds (page images at HathiTrust).
Wakefield: Fleece Press, 1991.
Just better Contents. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica.
Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Luke Hansard on.Publication date: July 18 1952. Luke Hansard Luke Hansard in Biographical Summaries of Notable People.
Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Luke Hansard on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Luke Hansard aka HANSERD in Bibliography of Works on Printing, Vo., 1887 pp. 83, and portrait, engraved by F. Lewis, after a painting hy S. Lane. Luke Hansard was born in Norwich, July 5, 1752, where his father was a manufacturer " . Luke Hansard was born on July 5 1752, in Norwich. Luke passed away on October 29 1828, at age 76.
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