HUXLEY, THOMAS (fl. 1765-1788), printer

Name: Thomas Huxley
Gender: Male
Occupation: printer
Area of activity: Printing and Publishing
Author: Elwyn Evans

On his own testimony he was a native of S. Asaph. He established himself as a printer at Chester, and printed a number of Welsh books and ballads. He claimed to be the only printer in those parts who understood Welsh. In 1765 and again in 1788 his name appears with that of W. Read.


Published date: 1959

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