Printing England London 16th Century Specimens : A [bryefe] summe [of the whole] Byble : a Christyan instruc[tion for] all parsons yonge and [old] to the whych [is] anne[xed] the ordinary for all degrees. / Translated out of Doutch into Anglysh [sic] by Anthony Scoloker..; Heyden, Cornelius van der.
Printing Great Britain 17th Century Abstracts Sources : Proposals for the printing of a book of William Leybourn's, : author of the late Cursus mathematicus, and of divers other mathematical tractates, who hath now by him a miscellaneous manuscript ready for the press, which he intends to entitle Pleasure with profit ...; Leybourn, William,
Printing Great Britain Abstracts Early Works To 1800 : Proposals for printing the translation of a Latin manuscript, : written by Judge Craig, one of the judges of Scotland, in the reign of King James VI. before his accession to the throne of England. Entituled De hominis: or, A dispute against those who maintain, that Scotland is a fee or feu-liege of England, and that the King of Scots owes homage to the King of England upon that account.
Printing History 17th Century : True copy of the paper delivered to the sheriffs of London and Middlesex by Mr. William Anderton at the place of execution, which he designed there to have spoken, but being frequently interrupted by the ordinary, Mr. Samuel Smith, desired the said sheriffs to publish or dispose of it as they should think fit, seeing a dying man was not suffered to speak; Anderton, William,
Printing History 19th Century : Replication in the long nineteenth century : re-makings and reproductions / edited by Julie Codell and Linda K. Hughes.
Printing Industry England London : Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. : to the master and keepers, or warden and comminaltie of the mysterie and art of stationers of the citie of London ...; England and Wales.
Printing Industry Marketing Early Works To 1800 : The orthographiall declaration: : containing, a briefe aduertisement of two new inventions, called, lineage and fortage, whereby writing-paper and parchment, are decently ruled and inlined, for to ingrosse or vpon, after a more dextrous and beneficiall manner, than is done or performed by the ordinary way of hand-ruling, with plummet, ruler, or brasse-pen. ; Examples satisfactorie for paper-books in quarto are annexed. Paper, parchment, and writing-bookes thus forted and inlined, are sold in the Kings Bench in Southwarke. ... Cum priuilegio..