Appleton, Daniel

Appleton, Daniel,

1785–1849, American publisher, b. Haverhill, Mass. The owner of a general store in Boston, he moved to New York in 1826, where he established one of the largest publishing houses in the country. The firm was continued by his sons under the name D. Appleton & Company. It eventually was renamed Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc.

Appleton, Daniel

(1785–1849) publisher; born in Haverhill, Mass. Starting as a dry goods merchant, he became increasingly involved in bookselling and in 1831 began publishing books, eventually under the imprint D. Appleton & Company, which he passed on to his sons.
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Playing at Aycliffe, Paul Mosley, Ben Suggitt, Lee Maughan and Chris Dunkley had a 25-17 win over Vince Robson but John Harris, John Appleton, Daniel Cowap and Bill Peirson were beaten 12-24 by Barry Attwood.
At New Earswick John Harris, John Appleton, Daniel Cowap and Bill Peirson raced to a 9-1 lead against Ralph Tiplady after a fiveends win 21-19.
At Darlington, John Harris, John Appleton, Daniel Cowap and Bill Peirson started off with a count of five shots in their game against John Lynch and they kept up the momentum throughout the game to win 20-12.