The Privy Seal warrant concerning the Stationers' Charter, London (1557)

Source: The National Archives, C.82/1027

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The Privy Seal warrant concerning the Stationers' Charter, London (1557), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
The Privy Seal warrant directing the Lord Chancellor to issue the Stationers' charter of incorporation under the Great Seal (an early draft of the Charter) (28 April 1557)

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Bibliography:
  • Blayney, The Stationers' Company before the Charter, 1403-1557 (London: Stationers' Company, 2003)


Related documents in this database:
1554: Selected Extracts from the Stationers' Company's Registers
1557: Stationers' Charter
1667: Recital of the Stationers' Charter
1684: Stationers' Charter

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Publisher: n.p.

Year: 1557

Location: London

Language: English

Source: The National Archives, C.82/1027

Persons referred to:
Heath, Nicholas

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Keywords:
Stationers' Company

Responsible editor: Ronan Deazley


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