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Sixty years a bookman; with other recollections and reflections.
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Sixty years a bookman, with other recollections and reflections by Shaylor, Joseph, Publication date  Topics Booksellers and bookselling PublisherPages: Excerpt from Sixty Years a Bookman: With Other Recollections and Reflections T the request of numerous friends, but with some hesitation, I have decided to issue a short account of certain of my experiences and impressions during a long and delightful association with the bookselling : Joseph Shaylor.
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Tentang Penulis Joseph Shaylor () was a London bookseller and the author of The Pleasures of Literature and the Solace of Books; Saunterings in Bookland, with Gleanings By the Way; The Pleasures of Bookland; Some Favorite Books and Their Authors; and Sixty Years a Bookman, with Other Recollections and Reflections.
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