Definition of Oldstyle
1. a style of printing type [n -S]
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Literary usage of Oldstyle
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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"News Gothic, Bulfinch, Clearface, Century oldstyle, Century Expanded and ... Jenson, Delia Robbia, Gushing oldstyle. Ronaldson oldstyle, Cheltenham oldstyle ..."
2. History of the American Theatre by William Dunlap (1833)
"... Beard—The Wheel of Truth —The Voice of Nature—Mr. Cooper departs for Drury Lane— Consequences of the Wheel of Truth—Jonathan oldstyle and Andrew Quo/. ..."
3. Outlines of English Literature by Thomas Budd Shaw, Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1866)
"Belles Lettres—Influence of British Essayists—Franklin—Dennie—Signs of Literary Improvement — Jonathan oldstyle — Washington Irving — His ..."
4. Grain and Chaff from an English Manor by Arthur Herbert Savory (1921)
"CHAPTER XVII CORN—WHEAT—RIDGE AND FURROW—BARLEY—FARMERS NEWSTYLE AND oldstyle " He led me thro' the short sweet-smelling lanes Of his wheat-suburb, ..."
5. A Smaller History of English and American Literature for the Use of Schools by Sir William Smith (1876)
"JONATHAN oldstyle. WASHINGTON IRVING. His Knickerbocker. Sketch-Book. His other Works. Popularity. Tour on the Prairies. Character as an Author. DANA. ..."
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