Areopagitica : a speech of Mr John Milton for the liberty of unlicensed printing to the Parliament of England.
|Author / Creator:||Milton, John, 1608-1674, author.|
|Imprint:||Cambridge [England] : Deighton, Bell & Comapny, |
|Description:||xiv, 48 pages ; 34 cm|
|Subject:||Freedom of the press -- Early works to 1800.|
Liberté de la presse.
Freedom of the press.
Private press books.
Numbered limited editions.
Morocco bindings (Binding) -- England -- Cambridge -- 20th century.
Mould-made papers (Paper) -- England -- Maidstone -- 20th century.
Typefaces (Type evidence) -- Palatino.
Typefaces (Type evidence) -- Monotype Plantin Light.
Typefaces (Type evidence) -- Sistina.
Typefaces (Type evidence) -- Grot R.
|Local Note:||The D’Angelo Law Library acquired this book in honor of Professor Geoffrey R. Stone as a recipient of the 2021 Norman Maclean Faculty Alumni Award. The award, established in 1997, is named in honor of Norman Maclean, a professor at the University of Chicago for forty years. The University of Chicago Alumni Association recognized Professor Stone’s professional achievements and service with this award.|
Two page letter from Wendy Ewen Roberts discussing what she was trying to achieve with the binding. Correspondance with Wendy Ewen Roberts from Joe Luttrell. Envelope from Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. to Joe Luttrell also laid in.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12622816|