Here Begynneth the Boke Named the Assize of Bread, what it Ought to Wey After the Pryse of a Quarter of Wheet and Also the Assyse of Ale, with Al Manner of Wood and Cole, Lath, Bowrde, and Tymber, and the Weyght of Butter and Cheese. (1560)

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BiblioBazaar, Dec 13, 2010 - 39 pages
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