He was delighted to see Baskerville and Mrs. Luttrell, the latter being to him, as to most men, an ever blooming tree of delight.
Yes, it is a statement of a certain legend which runs in the Baskerville family.
I know it, replied Baskerville, with perfect sincerity, and I tried to show my appreciation of them.
"And I went to look at the folk in the park," said Baskerville.
The text of this book was set on the linotype in Baskerville.
My own was in the same wing as Baskerville's and almost next door to it.
And yet, consider that every Baskerville who goes there meets with an evil fate.
Baskerville stopped and spoke with great cordiality to the party.
And it was due to Baskerville that the evidence to convict had been found.
Mr. Baskerville is very highly esteemed by the bishop of the diocese, he said.
typeface style, 1802 (the type was created in the 1750s), named for John Baskerville (1706-1775), British type-founder and printer.
The initial version were cut by John Handy under Baskerville's watchful eye. The result is the epitome of Neoclassicism and eighteenth-century rationalism in type -- a face far more popular in Republican France and the American colonies than in eighteenth-century England, where it was made. [Robert Bringhurst, "The Elements of Typographic Style," 1992]