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The House of Jarrolds, (established ). Pub by The Empire Press, Norwich. 25 thoughts on “The Norwich Way of Death” s taylor said: Hello Ann, Yes, I know Judith’s book well. I try – perhaps not always successfully – to keep my posts to a manageable size so was unable to make a side-trip into Abel’s life. Photograph of Arthur Greening in The House of Jarrolds A Brief History of One Hundred Years, Norwich, Empire Press, Courtesy of the Elder family. Courtesy of the Elder family. In July David Elder began his lifelong career in the book trade as a trainee respresentative with Thomas C. Lothian, publishers' agent and publisher. BRITISH LITERARY BIBLIOGRAPHY: SUPPLEMENT. B I B L I O G R A P H Y A N D T E X T U A L C R I T I C I S M-- MANUALS. 1 Rogers, Walter T.A manual of bibliography, being an introduction to the knowledge of books, library management, and the art of cataloguing. Manchester Archives and Local Studies, George Wilson Papers, M20/22, John Bright to George Wilson, 1 Feb. ; [Wilson], A Few Personal Recollections, p To whom Bright and Wilson referred is unclear; it may have been Frederick Scheer, the city merchant, Anti-Corn Law League activist and anonymous author of the satirical Letters of Diogenes, to Sir Robert Peel, Bart (London, ).Cited by: 2.
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