A transcript of the registers of the company of stationers of London (v. 3)

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



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[7fi]              1695 [i.e. 28 January—9 February 1596     ^•ooidock.{i-»^f^-^^ ]

Anno 38 Mizabetli[ce\

28 Santtavif

Thomas Creede / Entred for his Copie vnder the wardens handes./ a booke intituled
pomdtJ'ihW*^^ ^^^ Cbw^^^6s^5 of the West Lndies by Hernanbo CoURTlS / and
use of the poore / another booke intituled. The treasure for Englishmen         .       xij*

3 tCthxmxii [1596]

John Norton        Entred for his Qopie vnder the handes of the Wardens / The first

part of the historye (/phillip De Commines ^c


Richard Jones      Entred for his Copie vnder the wardens handes / The historye of Sir
MERVYN son to Ogyer the Dane one qf the xij peires of Ffranee f

translated out af Frenche



paule Lynlay

9 ITelirtiairif

Assigned otier vnto him from mistress woodc0cke by consent of the
Company all her Interest in and to the pryntinge of all and euery
bookes and partes of bookes whatsoeuer Whiche LaufuUy
apperteyned to her late husband Thomas woodcocke and after his
Deceas[e] to her    ........x»

[The leaf is torn

Bymok Bi?Affoed Entred for his copie vnder the handes of the wardens. The black

.                Dog of newgates Lamentation for all his knauery, vilany bribery and

son.                   Conny catchinge to the Tune of ^ EVTTONs Deldul ^   '            .       vj*

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