After his move in 1812 to 50 Albemarle Street, London, John Murray II found himself surrounded by London’s literary circle. It was here that he became acquainted with important literary figures, such as Thomas Moore, Robert Southey, Sir Walter Scott, … Continue reading Who were John Murray’s authors and what kind of books did he publish?
John Murray II was named after his father John Murray I, who originally started the publishing company in 1768. Although they shared the same name, John Murray II was much more personable than his father, who had the reputation of a brutish … Continue reading Who Was John Murray II?
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