Category:John Murray Publishers

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English: John Murray (Publishers) Ltd., a British bookselling and publishing firm, which was founded in 1768 when John Murray I (1737-1793), after finishing his career in the Royal Marines, bought out the bookselling business of William Sandby (c.1718-1799) at 32 Fleet Street, London for about £400. Starting from 1812, the firm was located at 50 Albermarle Street, off Piccadilly, where it stayed until being sold in 2002 to Hodder Headline, part of the W H Smith group. At the time of acquisition it was run by the seventh generation of the Murray family.
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English publishing firm (est. 1768)
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John Murray (1745-1793), forlagets grunnlegger.
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Wikidata Q1232629
ISNI: 0000 0001 2253 7907
VIAF ID: 121005241
GND ID: 116461-2
Library of Congress authority ID: n50034267
IdRef ID: 128502967
Libraries Australia ID: 35045523
National Library of Israel ID (old): 000071768
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007263567605171
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