A List: Based on the Registers of the Stationers' Company, of 837 London Publishers (who Were by Trade Printers, Engravers, Booksellers, Bookbinders, &c., &c.) Between 1553 and 1640 A. D : Being a Master Key to English Bibliography During a Period in which Almost All Authorised Books Were Printed in the Metropolis

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Priv. print., 1890 - Book industries and trade - 32 pages
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Page 1 - A List, based on the Registers of the Stationers' Company, of 837 London Publishers, who were by trade printers, engravers, booksellers, bookbinders...
Page 5 - ... rules, is allowed the title of wise, and reputed to be in his senses ; and every one in proportion, as he deviates from them, is pronounced frantic and distracted. Cicero having chosen near Great Marlborough Street on Thursday night last. Whoever took it up, if they will bring it to Mr. Plaistow's, at the Hand and Star between the two Temple Gates, in Fleet Street, shall receive five guineas reward. — Signed JOHN HAMMOND.
Page 14 - New ABC, paraphrastically applied as the State of the World doth at this day require/ London, 1557, 4to.
Page 16 - This was reprinted the same year by Nicholas Hill for John Walley. Also in 1555, " in aedibus Roberti Caly, within the precinct of the late dissolved house of the Grey Friars nowe converted into an Hospitall, called Christ's Hospitall.
Page 3 - AD ; and it is hoped that it also includes the names, distinguished by an t( of nearly all those who, during the same period, avowedly published in the metropolis any printed matter without registering the same for publication at the Hall.
Page 3 - Cassou and N. Colman at Norwich. 10 Authors or other persons for whom books were printed In London; some of them apparently being privately printed.
Page 5 - Sold at hig shop over against St Sepulchre's Church. WP — W. Ponsonby, dwelling at the Bishop's Head, in Paul's Churchyard. HS — H. Singleton, dwelling at the Golden Tun, in Creed lane ; near unto Ludgate.
Page 3 - London Bookseller, ANTHONY HARRIS, who apparently never published anything. 3 University Printers, J. Barnes, C. Legge, and J. Leggatt.
Page 15 - JOHN HEYWOOD. A brief Ballet touching the traitorous taking of Scarborough Castle [by Sir THOMAS STAFFOBD, 24 April 1557].

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