Santa Cruz: Peter and Donna Thomas, 1990. One of two hundred copies, of which this is number one hundred and twenty-seven. Printed on paper made by the author. It was handbound by the printers. A fine copy. Full brown morocco, four paneled spine, uncut, in a brown cloth slipcase with leather label on spine. Octavo.  pp. Item #16122
Papermaking in 17th Century England contains diary entries that describe the individual visits of Celia Fiennes( 1662-1741), and John Evelyn (1620-1706) to paper mills during the 1600s.