Benjamin Motte (November 1693 – 12 March 1738) was a London publisher and son of Benjamin Motte, Sr. Motte published many works and is well known for his publishing of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.
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... Motte's edition of Andrea Pozzo's Rules and Examples of Perspective Proper for Painters and Architects (1707) was the first edition of the work in English ... Other works published by Motte, Sr ...
... Motte was a London publisher who took over Benjamin Tooke's publishing business, which printed many of Swift's earlier works ... In 1726, Swift sent Motte a copy of Gulliver's Travels to be printed anonymously ... Motte took great care to protect the identity of the author, and employed five publishing houses to speed production of the book and avoid pirating ...
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