Reblogged Guest Post: John Bugg, ‘The Generosity of Joseph Johnson’ — Pamela Clemit

Joseph Johnson’s bookshop at 72 St Paul’s Churchyard, London, served as a hub for some of the most important writers and artists of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. William Godwin’s diary records his attendance at Johnson’s monthly dinners from the mid-1790s to around 1810. (The tradition was continued, after Johnson’s death in 1809, by his great-nephew … Continue reading Guest Post: John Bugg, ‘The Generosity of Joseph Johnson’

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