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book-trade, 1557-1625.

Harry Gidney Aldis

book-trade, 1557-1625.

by Harry Gidney Aldis

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From: The Cambridge history of English literature, vol. 4, 1909.

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Pagination1 v ;
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Open LibraryOL20523210M

Aldis, Harry Gidney, The book-trade, , ([Cambridge, ]) (page images at HathiTrust). 其作品多与书有关,包括《年至年的图书贸易》(The Book-trade, —)和《大学图书馆》(The University Library)等。本文节选自阿尔蒂斯年出版的作品《印刷之书》(The Printed Book),这本小书是剑桥大学出版的科学与文学小册子之一。.

In the year two famous books, Cavendish's Life of Wolsey and Naunton's Fragmenta Regalia, which had remained in manuscript for many years after their authors had died, were printed for the first time. In the same year two other books, Sir Thomas More's Richard III and Leycester's Commonwealth, were reprinted after long periods, during which. The list of early-modern journals gives an overview of periodicals (newspapers are excluded) for the period from the first printed books to The list includes periodical publications such as catalogues and some works which appeared in a longer time .

  Benjamin Tooke, like the Bonwickes, traded books in St. Paul’s Churchyard out of his shop, La Duck. In addition to being a bookseller, Tooke was also a publisher, printer, and stationer (“The British Book Trade Index,” ). C a m b r i d g e L i b r a r y C o ll e c t i o n Books of enduring scholarly value Cambridge The city of Cambridge received its royal charter in , having already been home to Britons, Romans and Anglo-Saxons for many centuries. University Press Accounts. H. G. T h e Book-Trade, (Camb. Hist, of Eng. Lit. iv). Cambridge,

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The Book-Trade, – Bibliography. Arber, E. A transcript of the registers of the Company of Stationers of London, – 5 vols. Privately printed, – British Museum catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland and Ireland, and of books in English printed abroad to the year 3 vols.

The Book-Trade, – Besides these entries of books, the registers also contain records of the admission of freemen, the taking of apprentices, and other matters relating to the affairs of the company. The registers served, primarily, as an account of the fees received by the wardens; and the book entries were, doubtless, also.

The Book-Trade, – § Early Catalogues. The important place which this 1557-1625. book held, even in the English book trade, is indicated by the agreement concluded between the Stationers’ company and the university of Cambridge inthat the Cambridge printers should, “for the space of one month after the return of every Frankfort.

The Book-Trade, – § 4. Trade Discipline. The order in the injunction of that the names of the licensers should be printed at the end of every book was practically a dead letter; but the “seen book-trade allowed according to book-trade order appointed,” which appears on some title-pages soon after that date, shows that some degree of.

The Book-Trade, – 1557-1625. book Book Fairs. The great international book exchange at this period was the half-yearly fair, held at Frankfort. To this mart came representatives of the book-trade from all parts of the continent—Froben of Basel, Estienne of Geneva, Plantin of Antwerp and other leading printers from the great centres.

The book-trade,By   'The book-trade, ' in 'The Cambridge History of English Literature'. Carter, J and 1557-1625. book, P H. 'Printing and the Mind of Man: a descriptive catalogue illustrating the impact of print on the evolution of Western civilization during five. [37] H.G.

Aldis, The Book Trade,p. [38] M. Eccles, ‘Bynneman’s Books’, The Library, Vol. 12,p. [39] While Greek and Roman texts were available in both the original and translation, contemporary books on astronomy, religion, geography in addition to plays and poetry were also widely available.

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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. The Book-Trade, A person who sells books; a bookseller; (in the Middle Ages) esp.

one licensed by a university. Occasionally also: a printer, a bookbinder. Now hist. There is some overlap between the subsenses at sense 1, depending on the historical context (for example, a copyist might produce and sell manuscript copies, and a.

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The Book-Trade, –; The Foundation of Libraries; V. The Drama to Part I. Introductory: The Origins of English Drama; Secular Influences on the Early English Drama: Minstrels, Village Festivals, Folk-Plays; The Early Religious Drama: Miracle-Plays and Moralities; Early English Tragedy; Early English Comedy; The Plays of the.

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ALDIS, H. D., The book-trade, In: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: an encyclopaedia in eighteen volumes, vol. IV, New York. Page XII xii Contents CHAPTER XVIII THE BOOK-TRADE, By H. ALDIS PAGE The incorporation of the Stationers' company.

Star chamber decrees. Star chamber decrees. The Stationers' register. XVIII. The Book-Trade, – § William Ponsonby; Christopher and Robert Barker. The most influential man in the trade, in the latter part of the sixteenth century, was Christopher Barker, the queen’s printer, who has already been mentioned.

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The Book-Trade, (Camb. Hist. of Eng. Lit. IV). Cambridge, Allen, P. Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi. 3 vols. Oxford, There are entries, however, in Grace Books and in the Audit Book of the university which show that in or the university advanced to him the sum of twenty pounds. The Book-Trade The Foundation of Libraries.

(We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions,and all types of Academic Literature.). A Term Catalogue, German Messkatalog, is a serial publication compiled to inform customers—most importantly book traders from other cities—of the book production as available on the book first such catalogue was issued by Georg Willer in Augsburg in Several projects followed the model including the series of English Term Catalogues issued by .Home > Worthopedia® > Books, Paper & Magazines; ENGLISH HISTORY Black Letter ELIZABETHAN Royal TUDOR Solis GRAFTON England.The Book-Trade, – - H.

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