Around 1843, the book trade fell off significantly in England.
This is, though, a time of enormous anxiety for the book trade.
There was no build up for the book trade, the media or with the reading public.
People have the idea that the book trade is a polite business for gentlemen.
The economics of the book trade have changed considerably in the last few years.
The growth of the book trade in the eighteenth century was necessary for that change.
There are also some less serious things in the book trade.
Secondly, the book trade is more to us than simply a sales network for books.
The book trade should have an interest in passing on that message.
He noted that there were new avenues for the book trade.