Ames, Joseph

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Ames, Joseph,

1689–1759, English bibliographer. He compiled Typographical Antiquities (1749), a valuable list of English books printed before 1600.
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Because of Hunsaker's position, in 1920 Joseph Ames asked him to travel to Europe and inspect the aeronautical laboratories of the major combatants.
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Joseph Ames, the founder of English bibliography, wrote: 'In defiance of demonstration, knaves will continue to proselyte fools.' After flag-waving for the word knave, what next?