George Faulkner

George Faulkner (c. 1703 – 30 August 1775) was one of the most important Irish publishers and booksellers. He forged a publishing relationship with Jonathan Swift and parlayed that fame into an extensive trade. He was also deeply involved with the argument over copyright infringement and piracy, both creating and fighting "Irish editions".

Faulkner's year of birth, which is not certain, was probably 1703; his place of birth is unknown. He served his apprenticeship from 1717 to 1724 in Dublin, later setting up his own business. In the 1720s, while travelling frequently to London, he became a friend of the London printer, William Bowyer. In 1730, he suffered gangrene in one leg and had to have it amputated. It is known that he had a wife, the widow, Mary Taylor. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Faulkner, George
Published 1758

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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1771
Printed for Pat. Wogan, in Church-street
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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1771
printed for Pat. Wogan in Church-Street
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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1772
Printed for Pat. Wogan, in Church-Street
Other Authors: ...Faulkner, George...

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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1771
printed for Pat. Wogan, in Church-Street
Other Authors: ...Faulkner, George...

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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1771
printed for Pat. Wogan in Church-Street
Other Authors: ...Faulkner, George...

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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1772
printed for Pat. Wogan
Other Authors: ...Faulkner, George...

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by Jephson, Robert
Published 1771
Dublin printed: London reprinted; and sold by W. Goldsmith, in Pater-Noster-Row; and T. Lewis, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden
Other Authors: ...Faulkner, George...