Edmund Curll

Edmund Curll (''c.'' 1675 – 11 December 1747) was an English bookseller and publisher. His name has become synonymous, through the attacks on him by Alexander Pope, with unscrupulous publication and publicity. Curll rose from poverty to wealth through his publishing, and he did this by approaching book printing in a mercenary and unscrupulous manner. By cashing in on scandals, publishing pornography, offering up patent medicine, using all publicity as good publicity, he managed a small empire of printing houses. He would publish high and low quality writing alike, so long as it sold. He was born in the West Country, and his late and incomplete recollections (in ''The Curliad'') say that his father was a tradesman. He was an apprentice to a London bookseller in 1698 when he began his career. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1722
printed: and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; W. Mears, at the Lamb without Temple-Bar; J. Brotherton in Cornhill; J. Graves in St. James's-Street; and W. Chetwood in Covent-Garden

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1728
printed for E. Curll in the Strand

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1742

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1713
printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1740

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1732

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1710

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1728
printed for E. Curll in the Strand

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1728
printed in the year

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by Curll, Edmund
Published 1710
Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street