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James Lackington (31 August 1746, in Wellington, SomersetLackington, James. Memoirs of the First Forty-Five Years of the Life of James Lackington, 1794. New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1974. – 22 November 1815, in Budleigh Salterton, DevonTimperley, Charles, A Dictionary of Printers and Printing: with the progress of literature, 1839:862, s.v. "1815, Nov. 22".) was a bookseller who is credited with revolutionizing the British book trade. He is best known for refusing credit at his London bookshop which allowed him to reduce the price of books throughout his store. He built the largest bookstore in the United Kingdom, with an inventory of over 500,000 volumes.

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New-York : Ezekiel Cooper & John Wilson, for the Methodist connection in the United States, 1806
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New-York: : Published by Ezekiel Cooper & John Wilson, editors & general book stewards, for the Methodist Connection in the United States. Robinson & Little, printers, Brooklyn., 1806
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