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,

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Rychard Tottle             Rycharde Tottle broughte in a patente for
                                                                  pryntinge of bokes of Lawe to be confyrmed
                                                                  and allowed by this howse and the sayd
                                                                  patente ys for vii [7] yeres dated anno ii et iii philippi
                                                                  et marie


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