2 edition of life of old Jemmy Catnach, printer. found in the catalog.
life of old Jemmy Catnach, printer.
|LC Classifications||Z232.C36 H19 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||72223915|
Mr. Such, the printer, in Union-street in the Borough. Oh! yes, some at Catnach’s—leastways, it ain’t Catnach’s now, it’s Fortey’s. Yes, I remember ‘old Jemmy Catnach’ very well; he wa’n’t a bad sort, as you say; leastways, I’ve heard so, but I never had anything of him. The history of the Catnach Press; at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in Northumberland, and Seven Dials, London: : Charles Hindley: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Charles Hindley.
Catnach. The Catnach Press: a collection of the books and woodcuts of James Catnach, late of Seven Dials, printer. London, n.d. 8vo. pp. CONTENTS: The life of " Old Jemmy Catnach "-The last will and testament-The probate and administration act-The literature of the streets-Catnach's books: The house that Jack built; Cock Robin; Jack and Jill; Tom. Author of The old book collector's miscellany, Curiosities of street literature, "The Catnach press.", The history of the Catnach Press, A history of the cries of London, The history of the Catnach Press, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in Northumberland, and Seven Dials, London, The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Readable Reprints.., The book of Written works: A History of the Cries of London, Ancient and Modern.
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Some of the woodcuts were by Thomas Bewick (). THE CATNACH PRESS A Collection of The Books And Woodcuts of James Catnach, late of Seven Dials, Printer. Limited edition. One of 75 copies. This is copy number 1 of 75 copies on "thick paper", there were also copies issued in "thin paper".
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"The Life and Times of James Catnach," owes its origin to the circumstance that, inthe compiler of the present work published "The Catnach Press,'' and guaranteed only " Two Hundred and Fifty • Copies Printed — namely: on Fine and 75 on Extra-thick paper.
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This selection ranges from toand really is. James Catnach (18 August – 1 February ) was a Berwick-upon-Tweed -born printer and publisher of the early 19th century. He became a major publisher of chapbooks in the Seven Dials district of London.
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Know Jemmy Catnach well, Who live in a back slum in the Dials. He hangs out in Monmouth Court, And wears a paid of blue-black breeches, Where all the Polly Cox's crew do resort, To chop their swag for badly-printed speeches.
Catnach was, however, indifferent to. Boswell, Life of Johnson. hat history repeats itself is fairly and fully exemplified by the reproduction of “The Catnach Press,” the firstedition of which was published inand “Guaranteed Only Two Hundred and Fifty Copies. The famous printer of street literature Jemmy Catnach of London's Seven Dials had a vast and varied stock of material for sale: one of his trade lists has 1, different items in stock, most of which were not news: ballads and chapbooks, song books, or seasonal sheets such as Valentines, Christmas sheets, and almanacs.
The History of Crazy Jane, with a frontispiece by Bewick was published as early as by W. Davison, Jemmy’s father’s former partner in Alnwick. The version which appears in Spencer’s collection was produced in the 7 Dials, but the book carries the name of neither author nor printer. However, Jemmy Catnach is the likely source.
OCLC Number: Notes: Added t.p.: The full, true & particular account of the life: trail, character, confession and behaviour, together with an authentic copy of the will, or last dying speech of old Jemmy Catnach. Leslie Shepard, John Pitts, Ballad Printer of Seven Dials, London, – (); Idem, The History of Street Literature (Newton Abbot, ).
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All the biggest ballad-printers were still gathered in Seven Dials, and the biggest of the lot was Jemmy Catnach. James Catnach opened his print shop in Seven Dials' Monmouth Court inpaying his writers half-a-crown for every ballad they produced.
Just a few doors away, Catnach. James Catnach Explained. James Catnach (18 August – 1 February ) was a Berwick-upon-Tweed-born printer and publisher of the early 19th century. He became a major publisher of chapbooks in the Seven Dials district of London.
Early life. James Catnach was born in Berwick-upon-Tweed on 18 August He received an education under a Mr Goldie, but his interest in learning was minimal. The life and times of James Catnach: (late of Seven Dials), ballad monger by Hindley, Charles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Catnach Explained.
John Catnach (–) was a Scottish born Geordie printer and publisher of the late 18th and early 19th century. Early life. John Catnach was born in Burntisland, a former Royal burgh in Fife, Scotland in His father was the possessor of some Powder mills.
He started work as a bound apprentice to his uncle, Sandy Robinson., a printer in Edinburgh, and on.Early life. John Catnach was born in Burntisland, a former Royal burgh in Fife, Scotland in His father was the possessor of some Powder mills.
He started work as a bound apprentice to his uncle, Sandy Robinson., a printer in Edinburgh, and on completion of his apprenticeship, moved to Berwick-upon-Tweed in the late s where he founded his own printing business, and then moving on to.