Catalog Record: A transcript of the registers of the company of stationers of London; 1554-1640, A. D | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A transcript of the registers of the company of stationers of London; 1554-1640, A. D. Edited by Edward Arber.

Corporate Author: Stationers' Company (London, England)
Related Names: Arber, Edward 1836-1912., Rivington, Charles Robert 1846-1928.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Priv. print, 1875-77;
Subjects: Printing > Great Britain > History.
Publishers and publishing > Great Britain.
Booksellers and bookselling > Great Britain.
English literature > Early modern, 1500-1700 > Bibliography.
Note: Rivington's paper on the records of the Stationers' company, v. 5, p. [xxxvii]-lxxviii, and Arber's List of 847 London publishers, v. 5, p. [lxxix]-cxi, each have special t.-p.
No. 145 of 230 copies printed.
Physical Description: 5 v. illus. 30 cm.
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