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Mr. Childs set the fashion of reprinting standard authors on a good-sized page, with a couple of columns on each page.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
I am reprinting here, in response to requests, certain recent experiences in Great Britain and France.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
So that for exhibition purposes even reprinting was not necessary.
These stanzas are nearly as bad as Boswell's Ode, and, like it, are not worth reprinting.
It has incurred a heavy extra expenditure in reprinting exhausted numbers, for the purpose of furnishing entire sets of the work.
Colour schemes may be studied and worked out with entire freedom by printing and reprinting until a problem is thoroughly solved.
WOOD-BLOCK PRINTINGF. MORLEY FLETCHER
I am unalterably opposed to your short-sighted policy in regard to the reprinting of old Science Fiction tales long out of print.
My gratitude to publishers who have generously permitted the reprinting of copyrighted selections, I would here publicly express.
PRACTICE BOOKLELAND POWERS
With a preface by the Printer to the Reader, beginning The reprinting of these sad sheets.
These errors have been allowed to stand in reprinting the “Note” here, in order that the reprint shall be a literal one.

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