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Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to propose terms for the publication of Crahwall's volume. He also asks for Crawhall's ideas upon selling price and the number of copies that should be printed initially. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to discuss corrections for a volume Crawhall wishes to publish, and stresses the importance of keeping printing costs low. He also suggests a new material for binding the book, called 'Silk Morocco', and includes scraps of the fabric with the letter. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to comment that he has a 'box of blocks for Barkeshire Lady to hand', and that he intends to get a specimen page into type. He also discusses the preparations to publish a series of six books by Crawhall. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to ask Crawhall for an 'explanatory inset' for the cover of a volume that is to be published. He also discusses the paper to be used on "Olde Ffrendes" and 'Tracts'. Includes Crawhall's notes on potential insets. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to discuss a new title page for a volume Crawhall wishes to publish. He also discusses plans to get the volume to print, and asks Crawhall to decide where the 'head and tail pieces' should be placed in the book. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes about the terms of a volume Crawhall wants to publish. Tuer asks Crawhall to value his work and to give his thoughts on using varied texture paper in the printed book. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

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