Examples from the Web for baskerville
I never saw a boat better handled in my life—and you, Mr. Baskerville, did your part well.The Rock of the Lion|Molly Elliot Seawell
Anne and Baskerville talked about the dinner, as they walked along the sunny, quiet street.
If you ask, what fortune Baskerville ought to have been rewarded with?An History of Birmingham (1783)|William Hutton
Her ladyship kept a diary, and in it she describes Mr. Baskerville's house (Easy Row) as "a pretty place out of the town."Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
Anne turned her soft, expressive eyes—her only real beauty—on Baskerville with a look of gratitude in them.
British Dictionary definitions for baskerville
Word Origin for Baskerville
Word Origin and History for baskerville
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]