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the proprietor of a bookstore

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Everything goes by fours in that shop," cried a third; "the four nations, the four faculties, the four feasts, the four procurators, the four electors, the four booksellers.
Meanwhile, the sworn bookseller of the university, Master Andry Musnier, was inclining his ear to the furrier of the king's robes, Master Gilles Lecornu.
Though he asked no one about it, reluctantly and with feigned indifference answered his friends' inquiries as to how the book was going, and did not even inquire of the booksellers how the book was selling, Sergey Ivanovitch was all on the alert, with strained attention, watching for the first impression his book would make in the world and in literature.
But Caxton was not only a printer, he was author, editor, printer, publisher and bookseller all in one.
Johnson was born in 1709, the son of a bookseller in Lichfield.
As I wanted a trial scene in the Old Bailey, I chose the period of 1700 for my purpose; but being shamefully ignorant of my subject, and my husband confessing to little more knowledge than I possessed, a London bookseller was commissioned to send us everything he could procure bearing on Old Bailey trials.
Pitt had only once made his appearance in London, when he stopped for a few days at the house, did business with his lawyers there, and sold off all Miss Crawley's French novels to a bookseller out of Bond Street.
Bedwin followed him to the street-door, giving him many directions about the nearest way, and the name of the bookseller, and the name of the street: all of which Oliver said he clearly understood.
Happening to be informed by a bookseller that a portion of the Annual Register was devoted to 'Characters', Mr Boffin at once bought a whole set of that ingenious compilation, and began to carry it home piecemeal, confiding a volume to Bella, and bearing three himself.
I have no lessons, do you see, and I don't care about that, but there's a bookseller, Heruvimov--and he takes the place of a lesson.
BookSeller is an invaluable tool for professional booksellers, book collectors, librarians, pawn shops, college students, educators and parents.
David Walker, special projects director of the American Booksellers Association (ABA), a nonprofit organization of about 1,800 independent bookstores, estimated that nearly a dozen of the 25 member booksellers in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi were adversely affected by Katrina.
based online booksellers have been sued in the United Kingdom, the litigation may determine whether the U.
For a few booksellers, Allen's Net-plus-neighborhood vision seems to be coming true.
Dutton, co-owner with his wife, Judy, of Dutton's Books in Valley Village, was one of some 3,500 booksellers recently notified that Indianapolis-based Macmillan would no longer accept orders from retailers whose annual net purchases totaled less than $10,000.