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Title: Book Commerce, Litigation and the Art of Monopoly: The Case of Agnes Campbell, Royal Printer, 1676-1712
Author(s): Mann, Alastair
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Keywords: Scotland
early printing
book trade
Issue Date: Nov-1998
Date Deposited: 27-Jan-2017
Citation: Mann A (1998) Book Commerce, Litigation and the Art of Monopoly: The Case of Agnes Campbell, Royal Printer, 1676-1712. Scottish Economic and Social History, 18 (2), pp. 132-156.
Abstract: This article surveys the extraordinary career of the most successful priner and book trader in Scotland in the early modern period. The fact that she was a woman makes her career all the more impressive and unique, in many ways
DOI Link: 10.3366/sesh.1998.18.2.132
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