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  • Moxon, Joseph,

Moxon, Joseph, 1627-1691 (Personal Name)

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  • Moxon, J. (Joseph), 1627-1691

Mechanick exercises.

Davis, H. & Carter, H., eds. Moxon, J. Mechanick exercises, 1958: p. liv (He died in Feb. 1691 and was buried in St. Paul's Churchyard on 15 Feb., as shown by the following entry in the register of burials under St. Paul's 1691: Joseph Moxon in Warwk La: was buried Febr. ye 15th in St. p. C:yd ... his son (James) was granted administration of his effects ... on 10 October 1691)

Gunning, P. A contention for truth, 1658: imprint on t.p. (J. Moxon)

Plomer, H.R. Dict. of the booksellers and printers ... 1641 to 1667, 1907 (Moxon, Joseph; printer and typefounder in London; 1. Upper end of Houndsditch neere Bishop's Gate; 2. Atlas, by St. Michiel's Church in Corn-hil; 3. Atlas on Ludgate Hill neer Fleet Bridge; 4. Atlas in Warwick Lane; 5. Atlas, Russell Street, Westminster; 6. Westminster Hall, right against the Parliament Stairs, 1647-94; added typefounding to activities in 1659; treatise on printing and typefounding in the Mechanick Exercises)

The British literary book trade, 1475-1700, c1996 (hdg.: Moxon, Joseph; best known as author of first printer's manual in English, Mechanick exercises; also bookseller and seller of globes and maps, typefounder, and hydrographer to Charles II)