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Blades, however, inferred that in , when he was apprenticed to Robert Large, he would not have been more than sixteen years of age. This would place his birth in — Large died in , leaving a small bequest to Caxton, and his executors would be bound to place the young man where he could finish his term.


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  • He was probably sent direct to Bruges, then the central foreign market of the Anglo-Flemish trade, for he presently entered business there on his own account. The first governor, appointed in terms of a charter granted by Edward IV. In that year he was appointed, together with Sir Richard Whitehill, to negotiate with Philip, duke of Burgundy, the renewal of a treaty concerning the wool trade, which was about to expire.

    In his diplomatic mission in he had been associated with Lord Scales, afterwards Earl Rivers and one of his chief patrons, and at the Burgundian court he must have come in touch with Edward IV.

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    He ceased to be a member of the gild of St John a gild of illuminators in , and the first dated book he is known to have printed is dated Mansion and Caxton were partners or associates at Bruges, where Caxton printed his Recuyell in or His second book, The Game and Playe of Chesse , from the Liber de ludo scacchorum of Jacobus de Cessolis through the French of Jehan de Vignay, was finished in , and printed soon after; the last book printed by Mansion and Caxton at Bruges was the Quatre derrenieres choses , an anonymous treatise usually known as De quattuor novissimis.

    By September Caxton had established himself in the almonry at Westminster at the sign of the Red Pale. From this time until his death in Caxton was busy writing and printing. His services to English literature, apart from his work as a printer see Typography , are very considerable. His most important original work is an eighth book added to the Polychronicon vol. In the year before his death he complained in the preface to his Eneydos of the changing state of the English language, a condition of things which he did as much as any man to remedy.