7. STATIONERS' COMPANY. A transcript of the registers of the Company of
stationers of London; 1554-1640 A.D. ... Ed. by Edward Arber
London, 1875-77; Birmingham, 1894. 5 v. illus.
Rivington's paper on the records of the Stationers' company, v. 5, p. (xxxvii).lxxviii,
and Arber's List of 847 London publishers, v. 5, p. [lxxix)-cxi, each have special t.-P.
CONTENTS.—v. 1 Introduction. Ordinances of the Stationers' company, 1678-1682. Text:
Detailed cash accounts to 22 July 1571; Summary cash abstracts onward to a Aug. 1596.
Addendum: The controversy, &c. of 1643-5. 1875. v. 2. Introduction. A provisional list
of London printers and publishers in the latter half of Queen Elizabeth's reign. Text:
Entries of books to 25 June 1595; Entries of apprentices and freemen, calls on the livery
and fines to 2 July 1605. 1875. V. 3. Introduction. A provisional list of London printers
and publishers during the period of this volume. Text: Entries of books to in July 1620;
Entries of freemen to 31 Dec. 1640; Succession of master printers in London 1586-1636.
1876. v. 4. Introduction. A final provisional list of London printers and publishers. Text:
Entries of books to 3 Nov. 1640; Calls on the livery and promotions to the assistance to 31
Dec. 1640. Addendum. 1877. v. 5. Index: Preface. Introduction. The records of the
Worshipful company of stationers. By Charles Robert Rivington. 2d ed. Edinburgh,
Printed by Turnbull & Spears, 1893. [Paper pub. separately 1883; now rev. to July 1893.]
A list, based on the registers of the Stationers' company, of 847 London publishers (who were
by trade, printers, engravers, booksellers, bookbinders, &c., &c.) between 1553 and 1640, A.D.;
being a master key to English bibliography during a period in which almost all authorised
books were printed in the metropolis; excepting principally a number which, from 1584-85
onwards, came from the university presses of Cambridge and Oxford. By Edward Arber.
(An advance ed. of the list was pub. separately 1 May 1890; present ed., rev. and cor.)
A bibliographical summary of English literature, 1553-1603. Index 1: An index of the me.
chanical producers of English books, and of persons and places connected with them and
with the Company of stationers of London. [It was not possible to print Index 11: An
index of the intellectual producers of English books] 1894.
8. STATIONERS' COMPANY. A transcript of the registers of the worshipful
Company of stationers; from 1640-1708 A.D. ... London, Priv.
print., 1913-14. 3 v.
Ed. for the Roxburghe club by G. E. Briscoe Eyre. Entries transcribed by H. R.
CONTENTS.-1. 4 November 1640–3 July 1655. II. 4 July 1655–3 July 1675.
July 1675—7 March 1708.
9. The TERM catalogues, 1668-1709 A.D.; with a number for Easter term,
1711 A.D. A contemporary bibliography of English literature in the
reigns of Charles II, James II, William and Mary, and Anne. Edited
from the very rare quarterly lists of new books and reprints of divin-
ity, history, science, law, medicine, music, trade, finance, poetry, plays,
etc.; with maps, engravings, playing cards, etc.; issued by the book-
sellers, etc., of London; by Professor Edward Arber In three
volumes London, 1903-6. 3 v.
CONTENTS.-V. 1. 1668-1682. v. 2. 1683-1696. v. 3. 1697-1709; and Easter term, 1711.
Text and index.
10. Wales. NationAL LIBRARY, ABERYSTWITH. Catalogue of tracts
of the civil war and commonwealth period relating to Wales and the
borders. Aberystwyth, 1911. ix, , 85 p.
11. Peacock, EDWARD. John Lilburne, a bibliography.
In Notes and Queries, ser. 7. 5:122, 163, 242, 342, 423, 502; 10:125.
12. Whitley, WILLIAM THOMAS. A Baptist bibliography; being a register
of the chief materials for Baptist history, whether in manuscript or