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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1604 [i. e. 2—8 February 1605
2" Begis

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\ J. Norton.
W. Leake.

2^ Ifeiirtmniv

Master Bradock. Entered for his Copie vnder th[e h] andes of the Wardens./ Certen
Articles of Agrement Indented made Betwene Arthur Ingrame
John efeurne and James Cullymer of London Esquiers
Comissioners or Dep)uties for and in the names of the Bight honorcd)le
Charles Erie of Nottingham lord highe Admyrall of England
and Wylliam Lord How are of Effingham sonne and heire
apparant of the said Charles, for makinge Composicons for lycences
for keepinge of Tavernes and selling of wynes  by Betaile within the

realme of England and domynions of Wales



Master Hum-        Entred for his copy vnder th [e h] andes of master Pasfeild and the
p rey ownes        gardens   A  booke   called false  complaintes   or the   Censure   of an
vnthankfull mynd 8fc translated into Englishe by William Covell
doctor of Diuinity    ......                        vj*

Master Mathue

8 miivmvij [1605]

Entred for his copy vnder th[e h] andes of master Pasfeild and the

Wardens. A booke called, my Ladyes Toye



Thomas Pavyer.     Entred for his copy vnder  th[e  h]andes of   the Wardens.  ' The
[Seei?. 296.]        history of BiCHARE   Whittington of  his  lowe byrthe. his great

fortune^ as yt was plaied by the prynces servantes          .        .        vj*

Clement knight Entred for his copy vnder the handes of Master Pasfeild and the
wardens. A sermon pre[ci\ched before the kinges maiestie taken out of
the 8 chapter of the Bomans. verse 30. begynninge ' moreouer whom he
predestinnated, them also he called SfC': by master Maxie Chaplen

to his Maiestie
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