Calve's privilege for the 'Holsome and Catholick Doctrine', Westminster (1558)

Source: Photographed by the National Editor at the National Archives: c.66/922

Calve's privilege for the 'Holsome and Catholick Doctrine', Westminster (1558), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Robert Calve's printing privilege for the 'Holsome and Catholick Doctrine' (30 April 1558)

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Year: 1558

Location: Westminster

Language: English

Source: Photographed by the National Editor at the National Archives: c.66/922

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Calye, Robert
Mary I
Philip II
Watson, Thomas

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