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It was translated over a threeyear period by william caxton, who pioneered the printing press in england. The first attempt in printing was made in england by william caxton. More copies of the new england primer were printed from 1800 to 1830 than at any other period, more than likely due to the books fame and marketability rather than to its appeal. Historically, england has some of the strictest laws on freedom of the press. Nov 15, 2017 rare copy of first ever england and wales atlas sells for. The new england primer improved, for the more easy attaining the true reading of english. Since november 8, 1966 ey e 2 d view from the arch 20 annual. William caxton was the first englishman to learn to use a printing press. Caxton worked on the book with the french original to hand, and in the finished book, the first ever published in england and completed on 18 november 1477, he appended an epilogue.
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