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house of Cassell, 1848-1958
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Created by the British publishing house Cassell& Co, originally founded in by John Cassell. By the s Cassell became an international publishing group company. Cassell published several reference works and dictionaries as well as their Cassell's Magazine and Saturday Journal. Condition: In . Cassell & Co (). The Story of the House of l. CS1 maint: ref=harv ()Nowell-Smith, Simon (). The House of Cassell,
The House of Cassell was the pioneer of serial publication, and owed its extraordinary and rapid development mainly to the success with which it worked this vein. A "serial" is commonly an illustrated work of sufficiently wide interest to command a considerable sale in Parts—monthly Parts they were at the beginning, but afterwards, as life became more hurried, fortnightly, and, in these. They undertake, at the same time, to supply an interesting series of comments on passing events, tending to rectify the public judgment of men and measures, and promote a rational and beneficial management of public affairs" (Nowell-Smith, The House of Cassell , pp).
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Cassell & Co is a British book publishing house, founded in by John Cassell (–). In Cassell & Co acquired Pinter Publishers. In December Cassell & Co was bought by the Orion Publishing January Cassell imprints, including the Cassell Reference and Cassell Military were joined with the Weidenfeld imprints to form a new division under the name of Weidenfeld.
Publishers founded in by John Cassell. In at La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill. At St Andrews Hill, EC4 in At Artillery House, Artillery Row, SW1P 1RT in At Villiers House, Strand, London WC2 in At Strand, London WC2R 0BB in Branches in Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & Toronto.
Nowell-Smith, Simon. The House of Cassell – London: Cassell, [LC] ZC29 N6. Samuel James "Sam" Cassell (b. ), retired American professional NBA basketball player, current assistant coach for the Washington Wizards; Albert Irvin Cassell (), prominent mid-twentieth-century African American architect; John Cassell (), English publisher, founder of Cassell & Co, a British book publishing house in texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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Cassell Publishing Co. New York: Cassell Publishing Co, The House of Cassell Nowell-Smith, Simon. London: Cassell and Co, Hardcover. 1st edition. Very good in blue cloth with gilt lettering. Slight scuffing to top board. The History of Cassell Publishing. John Cassell () began working as a carpenter and then in the coffee business.
He held a deep interest in the "temperance movement." He first published a weekly newspaper on July 1, called The Standard of Freedom promoting religious, political, and commercial freedom. House Cassel is a lesser house of the North. They serve House Stark of Winterfell.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, House Cassel is a lesser house in service of the Starks of Winterfell. Their sigil is ten white wolf heads,on grey with a black border. Rodrik's older brother had four sons including Jory, but the other three did not live to adulthood.
Rodrik himself was married. The House of Cassell, now nearly eighty years old, holds a unique place among English publishing was the pioneer of some important movements—the bringing of educational literature within reach of the mass of English people, the serial publication of great books, and the modern development of illustration in both books and periodical publications.
The firm of Cassell was founded by John Cassell in See Simon Nowell-Smith: 'The house of Cassell, '. Cassell was purchased by Hachette inand became part of Orion Books.
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Cassell & Co is a British book publishing house, founded in by John Cassell (–), which became in the s an international publishing group company. InCassell & Co acquired Pinter Publishers. In DecemberCassell & Co was bought by the Orion Publishing JanuaryCassell imprints, including the Cassell Reference and Cassell Military were joined with the.
House Cassel is a minor house of the north in the service of the Starks of Winterfell. According to a semi-canon source, they blazon their arms with ten white wolf heads on grey with a black border.. A lot of Book House sets pass through our business and I can assure anyone that this set is very rare.
A collector's item, as well as a beautiful set for a family. The 17th printing, or edition, was published in different formats, before the 12 vol set became standard. I have an incomplete set of these, looking for an odd volume Vol 3 Part 2 Reviews: 8.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cassell miscellany, London] Cassell  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.The House of Cassell London: Cassell & Co Ltd., ; Ridder, Jolein and Marianne Van Remoortel.
Mrs. Warren published ‘How I Managed my House on a Year’ in [This book] followed the dialogue format popular with evangelical discourse.