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  • n. Plural form of Caxton.


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  • Among the Caxtons is a copy of the _Recuyell of the Histories of Troye_, which once belonged to Elizabeth Grey, wife of Edward IV.

    English Book Collectors

  • Among the Caxtons were the first edition of the _Dictes or Sayings of the Philosophers_, the _Fayts of

    English Book Collectors

  • Suffolk and Essex, the ancestors of Lord Walsingham had two manors in the township of Little Cornard -- the one was called Caxtons, the other was the Manor of Cornard Parva.

    The Coming of the Friars

  • Does the accomplished author of the "Caxtons" read the other tales in Blackwood?

    Roundabout Papers

  • Caxtons are mechanical birds with many wings and some are treasured for their markings-

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Elzevirs, Caxtons — all that has been done in literature from

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • Pelham and Ernest Maltravers, pictures of a fictitious life, and afterwards pictures of life as he believed it to be, as in My Novel and The Caxtons.

    An Autobiography

  • Among the book-buyers of the reign of George III, John Ratcliffe (d. 1776), whose collection was sold "by Mr Christie" in 1776, and James West M.P., (c. 1704-1772), (collection sold at auction in 1773) had devoted themselves specially to Caxtons (of which the former possessed 48 and the latter 34) and the products of other early English presses.

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  • In 1676 book auctions were introduced into England from Holland, and soon we can trace in priced catalogues the beginning of a taste for Caxtons, and the books prized by collectors slowly fought their way up from amid the heavy volumes of theology by which they were at first overwhelmed.

    Book Collecting

  • Chapters in which the Caxtons have been permitted to reappear.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II


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