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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E 72 h                                  11—23 July] 1601.              [ e.Neww.{||,^^«. ]

43 Be^in[a]e

John harrison       Entred   for   his copye   vnder the handes of  master Zachariah:
Harrison th[e]       PASEEILD and master Seton warden A booke called. The conflict of
A synner Bepentinge in the temptacons / And of the Assurance and
certenty of his salvacon 8^c          .        .        .        .        .        .        vj*


20 StiKf [1601]   ■

Master ponsonhy Entred for his copie in full Court holden this day by assignment
from peter Short a booke called observations vppon the first ffyve bookes
of C[a]esars commentaryes settinge forth the practise of the Art
military in the tyme of the Bomaine Emperors      .        ,        ,        vj*

[Seei?. 155.]

22 m\i)

Master Burhye     Entred   for   his    copie    a    booke   called   Isagog[a]e   medicin[a]e
Conteyninge the Theoricke ofphisike and Surgery          .        .        vj*

23" StiKf

William fferhrsnd Entred for his Copye vnder the handes of master Paseeild and
master Seaton warden A booke Called the songe of Mary the mother of
Christ conteyninge the storye of his lyfe and passion    ,        ,        vj*

waiter Dight        Entred for his Copye vnder the hand of master Seaton warden / A
Dialoge betivene A Philosopher and Justice       .        .        .       vj*
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