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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.32—30 August] 1594
Anno 36 MizabetJi[(jB\

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John danter/ Entred for his copie vnder master warden Bynges hand. Strange
sightes scene in the ayre, strange monsters beheild on the land, and
wonderfull Brodegies both hy land and by sea; over, in and about the

Cittie of Bosenbergh the 19 of January [1594] last


Thomas Gosson.
Thomas Mill-

Thomas Da[w]-

29. %n^m. [1594]

Entred for theire Copie vnder th[e h] andes of both the wardens, A
booke entytuled, A true discourse of a most cruell and barbarous
murther committed by one Thomas Merrey, on the persons of
BoEERTE Beeche and Thomas Wlnchester Ms servaunt. on
ffridaie night the 23*\ of August, beinge Bartholomue Eve. 1594.
Together with the order of his array[g~\nement and execucon.          vj*

Thomas Mill-
Thomas Gosson.

Thomas Da[w]-

Entred for theire Copie vnder th[e h] andes of the wardeins a ballad
entituled. B[e]eche his ghoste. complayninge  on  ye wofull murder

committed on him and Thomas wlnchester his servaunt.


John Windett Entred for his Copie by the appointment of the Wardens A.
generall Calenders or most easie Astronomicall tables : in the which are
Conteined accordinge to verie carefull and exact calculacon, as well the
names natures, magnitudes latitudes longitudes aspectes declynacons and
Bight ascencons of the Notablest fixed starrs vniuersaUie serving all
Countries,  as alsoe   their   meditacon   of heaven,   as   generall  as   is

afore said
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