Ince print is meant primarily to be read, the first law of its being is legibility.
He had to arrange with Messrs. Ince and Amberley about his new book.
Ince Hall stands about a mile from Wigan, on the left-hand of the high road to Bolton.
Some of the frames of chimney glasses and pictures made by Ince and Mayhew are almost identical with those of Chippendale.
Mr. Ince is not of those men who speak much without saying anything; he says much in a few words.
Crosby Hall and Ince were pleasant country houses to visit in the days of the old squires.
At a little distance stands a small caf, where lemonade and lokumia may be enjoyed, but no Ince.
Ince Castle, a curious brick-built sixteenth-century building, peers from the wooded shores on the way.
A young modern author, whatever his new celebrity, felt that to be published by Ince and Amberley hall-marked him as it were.
About six years ago, the river Douglas broke into one of the Ince mines, and nearly two hundred people were drowned thereby.