In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and Their Makers in Seventeenth-Century England

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List of abbreviations
Baker, CUL J. H. Baker, with J. S. Ringrose, A catalogue of English legal manuscripts in
Cambridge University Library
(Woodbridge, 1996)
Baker, USA, ii J. H. Baker, English legal manuscripts in the United States of America: A
descriptive list, part ii: Early modern and modern periods (1558-1902)

( London, 1990)
Bald R. C. Bald, John Donne: A life ( Oxford, 1970)
BC Book Collector
Berry John Stubbs's Gaping gulf with letters and other relevant documents, ed.
Lloyd E. Berry ( Charlottesville, Va., 1968)
BIHR Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research
BL The British Library
BLJ British Library Journal
BMQ British Museum Quarterly
Boswell Eleanore Boswell, The Restoration court stage (1660-1702) ( London,
1932; reprinted 1966)
Braunmuller A. R. Braunmuller, A seventeenth-century letter-book: A facsimile edition of
Folger MS. V.a.321
( Newark, NJ, 1983)
Briquet C. M. Briquet, Les filigranes: The New Briquet. Jubilee Edition. General Editor J. S. G. Simmons. A facsimile of the 1907 edition with supple-
mentary material contributed by a number of scholars, ed. Allan Stevenson , 4 vols. ( Amsterdam, 1968)
Churchill W. A. Churchill, Watermarks in paper in Holland, England, France, etc. in
the XVII and XVIII centuries and their interconnection
( Amsterdam, 1935)
Commons
debates 1621
Commons debates 1621, ed. Wallace Notestein, Frances Helen Relf, and
Hartley Simpson, 7 vols. ( New Haven, 1935)
Commons
debates 1626
Proceedings in Parliament 1626, ed. William B. Bidwell and Maija Jansson,
4 vols. ( New Haven, 1991-6)
Commons
debates 1628
Commons debates 1628, ed. Robert C. Johnson, Maija JanssonCole, Mary Frear Keeler , and William B. Bidwell, 6 vols. ( New Haven, 1977-83)
[last two volumes of the series retitled Proceedings in Parliament 1628]
Commons
debates 1629
Commons debates for 1629, ed. Wallace Notestein and Frances Helen Relf
( Minneapolis, 1921)
Cottoni posthuma J[ames] H[owell], Cottoni posthuma: Divers choice pieces of that renowned
antiquary Sir Robert Cotton, knight and baronet
( London, 1651)
Crum First-line index of English poetry 1500-1800 in manuscripts of the Bodleian
Library Oxford
, ed. Margaret Crum, 2 vols. ( Oxford, 1969)
CSPD Calendar of State Papers Domestic (in the Public Record Office)

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