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Chepman and Myllar prints

Chepman and Myllar prints

nine tracts from the first Scottish Press, Edinburgh 1508, followed bythe two others tracts in the same volume in the National Library of Scotland : a facsimile

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Published by Edinburgh Bibliographical Society in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith a bibliographical note by William Beattie.
ContributionsEdinburghBibliographical Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination220p.,ill.,20cm
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18702719M


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The images of the 'Chepman & Myllar Prints' which appear on this website are the by-product of a major digitisation project aimed at improving access to the National Library of Scotland's unique copies of the nine earliest books printed in Scotland. Outline details of this project are given below.

For further information, email Rare Book. The 'The Chepman & Myllar Prints' were originally produced, as far as can be told, as separate items. The books in this collection are all small enough (around 15 cm high) to be held in the hand, although we know that Chepman and Myllar also printed at least one book in folio format, i.e.

Blind Hary's 'Wallace'[?], which only survives in. Pieces From the Makculloch and the Gray MSS., Together With the Chepman and Myllar Prints [Stevenson, George Shields] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Pieces From the Makculloch and the Gray MSS., Together With the Chepman and Myllar Prints. Walter Chepman (d) was a Scottish merchant, notary and civil servant active in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries.

Chepman served at the Scottish court during the reigns of James IV and James partnership with Androw Myllar he established Scotland's first printing press in Chepman was also a significant patron of Saint Giles' Kirk in Edinburgh.

Chepman and Myllar prints. [Edinburgh] Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Chepman; Androw Myllar; William Beattie; National Library of Scotland. The Multimedia of the The Chepman and Myllar Prints: Digitised Facsimiles with introduction, headnote and transcription by Sally Mapstone at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Thank you for your : Sally Mapstone. In the partnership of Andrew Myllar and Walter Chepman brought printing to Scotland. Their early publications brought into print works by two of medieval Scotland's most celebrated poets, Robert Henryson and William Dunbar, Walter Kennedy and Robert Henryson; they also contain less well-known but important poems and prose in Scots and in English by other writers.

Today from pm at NLS we are marking the th anniversary of the death of James IV by displaying the Chepman and Myllar prints– Scotland’s first printed books. What, you may ask, had this particular Scottish king to do with the history of the book in Scotland.

OCLC Number: Notes: Three of the earliest collections of Scottish verse of the 15th and early 16th centuries.

The Chepman and Myllar prints (p.[57]-[]) are from a unique volume of tracts, mostly fragments printed in Edinburgh about.