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Medieval catalogues > SECULAR INSTITUTIONS: Hospitals, Towns, and the Professions > London, Lincoln's Inn > List of books in the treasury, 1 November 1514

SECULAR INSTITUTIONS: Hospitals, Towns, and the Professions: London, Lincoln's Inn

SH42. List of books in the treasury, 1 November 1514

2 identified entries found.
  • SH42.2: Britton pr. London [?1533] (STC 3803), &c.; ed. F. M. Nichols (Oxford 1865).
  • SH42.¶3 (1, 3–9 Edw. IV): Xenophon [428/7–354 BC]
    Year Books, comprising notes made in the courts at Westminster of the arguments made by counsel and points of law pronounced by judges, circulated among students in the inns of court from at least the early 14th cent. The printing of year books had begun by the 1480s, though the earliest editions to survive are not contemporary with the terms reported Hilary term, 33 Hen. VI, pr. [London, c. 1482–3] (STC 9731); Michaelmas term, 35 Hen. VI, pr. [London, c. 1482] (STC 9742); Michaelmas term, 36 Hen. VI, pr. [London, c. 1482–3] (STC 9749), &c.; the first extant printing of year books of Edward IV dates from 1492–3 (STC 9770, 9825); the printing of year books from Edward III's reign onwards begins in the early 16th cent. (STC 9551–9967).

2 identified entries found.

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