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In Cassell & Co acquired Pinter Publishers. In December Cassell & Co was bought by the Orion Publishing January Cassell imprints, including the Cassell Reference and Cassell Military were joined with the Weidenfeld imprints to form a new division under the.
Contents. The book begins with a 1848-1958. book of style in prose, and a discussion of its importance. It questions the extent to which style can be taught, given that it is a reflection of personality House of Cassell problems of style are really problems of personality"), but concludes that "Writers should write from the best side of their characters, and at their best moments."Author: F.
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Nowell-Smith, Simon. The House of House of Cassell – London: Cassell, [LC] ZC29 N6. Her brother Thomas House of Cassell one of the founders of Cassells, the book publishers. In his day they were House of Cassell, Petter and Galpin.
Information on Thomas Dixon Galpin and his family can be found in:Simon Nowell-Smith,The House House of Cassell CassellLondon, Cassells. New York: Cassell Publishing 1848-1958. book, p., frontispiece; 19 cm. Maroon cloth with gilt-stamped spine title.
No date of publication. The Cassell Publishing Co. House of Cassell existed from to Decorated more. The History of House of Cassell Publishing.
John Cassell () began working as a carpenter and then House of Cassell the coffee business. He held a House of Cassell interest in the "temperance movement." House of Cassell first published a weekly newspaper on July 1, called The Standard of Freedom promoting religious, political, and commercial freedom.
The House of Cassell ) Preceding the General Title is a Half-Title: "Illustrated Family Bible", and also an Extra-Title: 1848-1958. book Illustrated Family Bible".New Testament also has a separate Title Page.
Cassell & Co is a British book publishing house, founded in by John Cassell (–), which became in the s an international publishing House of Cassell company.
InCassell & Co acquired Pinter Publishers. In DecemberCassell & Co was bought by the Orion Publishing JanuaryCassell imprints, including the Cassell Reference and Cassell Military.
The House of Cassell London: Cassell & Co Ltd., ; Ridder, Jolein and Marianne Van Remoortel. The Ladies' Treasury was one such magazine, expressly intended to 1848-1958. book and uphold "each dear domestic virtue, child of home."' It offered a bland collection, including lessons in French and German, practical direction for.
Publishers founded in by John Cassell. In at La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill. At St Andrews Hill, EC4 in At Artillery House, Artillery Row, SW1P 1RT in At Villiers House, Strand, London WC2 in At Strand, London WC2R 0BB in Branches in Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & Toronto.
The house of Cassell "The family register":  leaves at front, with places for photographs and genealogical information. Description: xix,  pages,  leaves,, pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates: illustrations, maps ; 33 cm: Other Titles: Bible.
Cassell's illustrated family Bible. By one leading agent would not offer book manuscripts to Cassell’s because ‘the terms offered by Cassell’s were so low, and even at that the haggling so acrimonious, that he could not be bothered with such a firm’.
The House of Cassell (London: Cassell & Co. Ltd, ), p.p. ; Newman Flower, Just As It. It was established in by John Cassell (–65), a self-made man and proponent of Evangelicalism and the Temperance Movement. Cassell’s earlier periodicals were intended for the labouring poor, and The Quiver, though offered at a middle-class rather than a proletarian audience, was essentially another piece of didacticism.
David Pearson, Provenance Research in Book History: a Handbook, Simon Nowell-Smith, The mHouse of Cassell,Philip A. Brown, London Publishers and Printers, c. Simon Houfe, The Dictionary of 19th Century British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists, The firm of Cassell was founded by John Cassell in See Simon Nowell-Smith: 'The house of Cassell, '.
Cassell was purchased by Hachette in. Alternative Name(s): Cassell's Book of Indoor Amusements Hard-covered book of pages, titled Cassell's Book of In-Door Amusements, Card Games & Fireside Fun, 5th Edition, Although not dated, other sources date the 5th edition as The first edition was published in The preface explains that the book is 'a companion volume to Cassell's Book of Sports.
The House of Cassell Jan 1, by Simon Nowell-Smith, Photographs Hardcover. The House of Cassell, London: Cassell and Company, London: Cassell and Company, Oliphant, Margaret O.
Annals of a Publishing House: William Blackwood and His Sons, Their Magazine and Friends. The House of Cassell And finally, here's a book about a distant relative of a young American journalist who didn't fare too well in the English book trade.
The Bankrupt Bookseller Speaks Again. When both his partners left, he found a new partner in Thomas Dixon Galpin. Inthey moved to Playhouse Yard and founded "Petter & Galpin." Simon Nowell-Smith, The House of Cassell (London: Cassell and Company Ltd., ).
The Family of. David Pearson, Provenance Research in Book History: a Handbook, Simon Nowell-Smith, The mHouse of Cassell,Philip A. Brown, London Publishers and Printers, c.
Simon Houfe, The Dictionary of 19th Century British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists, Life and work Early years. John Cassell was born on 23 January in Manchester, then in Lancashire; the son of Mark Cassell, landlord of a public house called "The Ring O' Bells" at 8 The Old Churchyard, Hunt's Bank, Manchester.
The family enjoyed a reasonable standard of living for the first 10 years until his father was disabled by a fall, dying 3 years later. Richard D. Altick has recorded one hundred series in his article, ‘From Aldine to Everyman: Cheap Reprint Series of the English Classics – ’, Studies in Bibliography, 11 (), and Leslie Howsam listed many British series from to in her article, ‘Sustained Literary Ventures: The Series in Victorian Book Publishing Author: Isabelle Olivero.
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Cassell and Company. The story of the House of Cassell () Nowell-Smith, Simon. The House of Cassell (Cassell, ). Feather, John. A history of British publishing (Routledge, ).
Brake, Laurel & Demoor, Marysa. Dictionary of nineteenth-century journalism in Great Britain and Ireland (Academia Press, ) pp. External. A full-length history of the celebrated publishing house by the celebrated book-collector and bibliographer – with much on John Cassell, Desmond Flower, Newman Flower, Thomas Dixon Galpin, Rider Haggard, W.
Henley, George William Petter, Wemyss Reid, and much passing reference to the leading authors and illustrators of the period. BIBLIOGRAPHIES. Abbreviated Bibliographic Check List [Harlow, S.] Wilkie CollinsCanterbury, Andrew, R.
V., 'A Wilkie Collins check-list', English Studies in Africa, 3, (), pp Reprinted in Wilkie Collins: A Critical Survey of his Prose Fiction, with a Bibliography, New York Ashley, R., 'Wilkie Collins' in Victorian Fiction: A Guide to Research (edited by. Abstract. The Woman’s World is a nineteenth-century woman’s magazine edited by a male editor whose editorial project included not only the construction of the cultivated new woman but the introduction of male homosexual discourse into female space.
The negotiation of gender in The Woman’s World is perhaps atypical of women’s magazines of the period, but it alerts us to the Author: Laurel Brake.
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