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The Pernicious Effects of the Art of Printing Upon Society, Exposed: A Short Essay Addressed to the Friends of Social Order

Eaton, Daniel Isaac
Format
Book
Published
[New York ] : London: Printed 1793; New York: Reprinted, 1985.
Language
English
Variant Title
Pernicious effects of printing
Description
20 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes
  • A satire published and presumably written by Daniel Isaac Eaton, signed, in print, at end: Antitype. Eaton had been indicted for selling Thomas Paine's Rights of man and for publishing other seditious writings.
  • "This pamphlet was hand-set in 14-point Monotype Caslon 337 and printed on Kilmory Text, using an 1885 Wesel flatbed platen press, during the months of September 1984 to February 1985, at the Book Arts Press of the Columbia University School of Library Service, by members of the descriptive bibliography class ... " -- p. 20.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Richard Maass Thomas Paine Collection. Gift of Richard Maass, 1996.
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