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03 July 2014

Devon book trades: Modbury

Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 7
The Devon book trades: a biographical dictionary


Modbury. Bradidge, Henry junior. 1878. Printer. Church Street 1878. Sources: Directories.

Modbury. Bradridge, Henry junior. 1878. Printer. 63, Brownston Street 1878 [sic -duplicate entry by White?]. Sources: Directories.

Modbury. Daw, George. Printer, bookseller. Brownston Street 1830d-1870d. Agent for Trewman's Exeter Journal 1827, for patent medicine EFP 26/2/1829 1e. Agent to Yorkshire Fire and Life Office 1840d; Worth p.511.

Modbury. Dobell, William Henry. Librarian. Institution 1850d.

Modbury. Froude, Elizabeth. Stationer. 1811d.

Modbury. LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION. Unfinished, secretary unappointed 1840d. Established 1840 by Richard King, a native of Modbury who had settled in New York. Had a library of over 500 volumes, William Henry Dobell librarian 1850d.

Modbury. Sullivan, Charles Henry. 1889-1893. Printer. Church Street 1889-1893. Sources: Directories.

Modbury. Tozer. Bookseller. Advert EFP 22/2/1765 3a. Imprint: 1770: Vivian. Sources: Plomer; Dredge p.29; Worth p.513.

Modbury. Trinick William Henry. 1902-1939. Printer. 34, Church Street 1902 ; 14 Broad Street, Modbury, Ivybridge 1910-1926 ; 5, Church Street 1935-1939. As William Henry Trinick and Son 1939. Sources: Directories.

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