| Recently found by viaLibri....
The Press - John McCreery - 1803. 
Cadell and Davies , Strand , London 1803 - John McCreery (1768-1832) was born in Strabane, County Tyrone. He went to Liverpool, where he worked as a printer and became renowned for the high quality of his work. His poem, 'The Press', was printed and used as a specimen of his workmanship. He moved to London, where he continued to work as a printer. He died in Paris. Publisher Cadell and Davies, Strand , London , 1803 , inscribed on first free endpaper " Mr Morgan Esq, with the author's compliments." (See images for overall condition, a fair copy only binding-wise) however the contents internally are quite good, pages generally fairly clean with a little marking and light foxing throughout, overall a fair copy. THIS IS NOT AN EX-LIBRARY BOOK. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
[Bookseller: Linen Hall Library]
Copyright © 2017 viaLibri Limited. All rights reserved.