A Dictionary of the Booksellers and Printers who Were at Work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1641 to 1667

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Bibliographical Society, 1907 - Book industries and trade - 199 pages
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Page xiii - Company, have taken upon them to set up sundry private Printing Presses in corners, and to print, vend, publish and disperse Books, pamphlets and papers, in such multitudes, that no industry could be sufficient to discover or bring to punishment, all the...
Page 21 - The Humble Request of His Majesty's Loyall Subjects, the Governor and the Company late gone for New England; to the rest of their Brethren in and of the Church of England...
Page 21 - Relation or Journal of the Beginning and Proceedings of the English Plantation settled at Plimoth, in New England, by certain English Adventurers both Merchants and others.
Page 5 - Crompton, the Son of Bacchus, and God-son of Apollo, being a fardle of Fancies, or a medley of Musick, stewed in four Ounces of the Oyl of Epigrams (a few wormholes and small stains), cf.
Page 174 - With Elegies on the Authors Death. To which is added Divers Copies under his own hand, Never before Printed.
Page 211 - Alien Members of the Book-Trade during the Tudor Period. Being an index to those whose names occur in the returns of aliens, letters of denization, and other documents published by the Huguenot Society.
Page 171 - ... against the King, was justly forfeited at Scoon and declar'd rebel by King Charles II., anno 1650, and so left the Kingdom. And Duncan Mond, stationer at Edinburgh, had a gift of King's Printer conferred on him which entirely cut off Tyler ; and Robert Young was by this time dead. Tyler made over his part of the forfeited gift to some stationers at London, who sent down upon us * " Clarke Papers," IV., 229. Christopher Higgins and some English servants with him.
Page 171 - Arber (Stationers' Registers, v. xlvii) says that the Company 'held for some years a patent for printing in Scotland, granted by the Scotch Parliament. This Scotch Patent. ..appears to have been abandoned in 1669, upon the death of Christopher Higgins, the Company's agent at Edinburgh, and the stock and plant sold there for 300'...
Page 189 - Worthy PROVERBS left behind by JUDITH ZINSPENNINCK, to be read in the Congregation of the SAINTS.
Page 162 - Sermon,' with its almost inevitable exaggerations. It only remains that I give a complete annotated list of the extant writings of Dr Gilpin, arranged chronologically as published, also an account of the manuscript of Dcemonologia Sacra, and the destruction of other MSS. I. The Agreement of the Associated Ministers and Churches of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland [sic.~\.

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