Selected Extracts from the Stationers' Company's Registers, London (1554)

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Selected Extracts from the Stationers' Company's Registers, London (1554), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Selected Extracts from the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London (1554-1640)

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Abstract:
Image 11: An entry referring to the manner in which the ownership of a registered work changed a number of times (Leonarde Maylarde gave it to Austin Lawghton; Lawghton subsequently sold it to Henry Myddleton) (22 July 1566 - 22 July 1567) (page: 152B)

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Related documents in this database:
1557: Stationers' Charter
1557: The Privy Seal warrant concerning the Stationers' Charter
1667: Recital of the Stationers' Charter
1684: Stationers' Charter

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Publisher: n.p.

Year: 1554

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Photographed by the National Editor at Stationers' Hall

Persons referred to:

Adams, Richard
Alde, John
Calvin, John
Cherlewood, John
Cotta, Fabio
Digges, Leonard
Fleming, Hugh
Griffith, William
Harrison, John
Hudson, Richard
Jones, Richard
Kingston, John
Lant, Richard
Laughton, Austin
Marshe, Thomas
Mary I
Maylard, Leonard
Middleton, Henry
Nostradamus
Philpott, John
Pickering, William
Pole, Reginald
Rogers, Owen
Sampson, John
Sanderson, Henry
Scerle, Richard
Seres, William
Stow, John
Sutton, Henry
Terence
Tottell, Richard
Wentworth, Sir Thomas
Whitehorne, Peter

Places referred to:
Ipswich
London
Waltham

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Keywords:
Stationers' Company
almanacs
catechisms
law books
licensing
penalties, paid to publishers' organisations
registration
religious works
transferability
translations, of contemporary works

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