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An account of the art of typography, as practised in Alnwick from towith bibliographical notes of all the publications during that period. (Alnwick: Printed by the "Alnwick and County Gazette" and Steam Printing Co., Ltd., ), by Charles Clark Burman (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Bewick, Thomas,illust.

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