A transcript of the registers of the company of stationers of London (v. 2)

(London : Birmingham :  Priv. Print.,  1875-77 ; 1894.)



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6—26 July] 1593.

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W. Norton. ( %
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£ * So written in the Text, but in error ; as it was Alderman William Norton who died this year while Master,
his cousin (see i>. 32) John Norton became Master in 1600.]

WUliam Jones /   Entred for his copie vnder th[e h] andes of Master Richard Judson

and the Wardens./ A booke.  Intituled  The troublesom Beign and

Lamentable Death  of Be ware the Secone, king of England, with

the tragicall fall of proud Mortymer     .        ,        .        .     vj* *w.
[* Probably the initial of T. Woodcock.]

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Master Man        Entred for his copie vnder the handes of the wardens: A booke to

be. translated out of French into English. Entituled. ' The holie
philosophic^ with many other treatises of pietie. A newe edition
Revised and Augmented by th[e]auctour. william Du vaiz vj* w.

12  Sttltf./. [1593]

John Wolf/. Entred for his Copie a treatise of the Certentye of our salvacon beinge
a booke licenced vnto him by the [Arch]Bisshop of Canterbury his
grace, and Master Woodcock warden      .        .        .        .   vj* W./.

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John Wolf Entred for his Copie vnder th[e h] andes of bothe the wardens the
billes, briefes, notes and targes gyven out for the sicknes weekely or
otherwise./.........vj* W./.

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John windett./ Entred for his Copie vnder th[e h] andes of Master Abraham
Hartwell and the wardens, A booke of Master Blandevile his

exercises conteyyiinge Sixe proffitable treatises, the firste of Arethmetick.
the seconde ye first principalles of Cosmographic the the thirde of breef
discripcon of mapps and Cardes, the fourthe of the discripcon of hothe
the g [/] cubes, Terrestiall and celestiall, the fifte of the cheefest vse of the
Astrolabe, the Sixte ye first and Cheefest principles of navigacon   vj* w

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