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decree of Star chamber concerning printing. Made July 11, 1637.

England. Court of Star Chamber

decree of Star chamber concerning printing. Made July 11, 1637.

by England. Court of Star Chamber

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Published by Press of T.L. De Vinne & co. in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Printing -- History -- England

  • Edition Notes

    StatementReprinted by the Grolier club, from the first edition by Robert Barker, 1637
    ContributionsGrolier Club, De Vinne Press
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[83] p.
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14632335M

    7/11/ CE. A Decree of the Star Chamber Concerning Printing J CE. Abolition of the Star Chamber Court Stimulates Publishing in England. CE - CE. Sixty Printed Books and Three Newsbooks Are Ordered to be Burned. Jacques Raveneau Issues the First Book on the Detection of Forged Documents. Full text of "A study of the Court of Star Chamber, largely based on manuscripts in the British Museum and the Public Record Office" See other formats.

    New York: Printed for the Book Fellow’s Club [by De Vinne] 4 copies. Browning. Elizabeth Barrett. Poetical Works. New York: Dodd, Mead. 5 volumes. 4 sets = 20 volumes. [Grolier Club]. A Decree of Star Chamber Concerning Printing, made J Reprinted by the Grolier Club, from the First Edition by Robert Barker. significant since under the provisions of the Star Chamber decree of 11 July , liverymen were allowed two apprentices while yeomen might bind but one.2 While this provision of the decree no doubt sought to insure the employment of journeymen and thus reduce ir regular printing activities, the author's complaint was well taken, for.

      For reference, the traditional first publication of the Club, printed in December , is A Decree of the Star Chamber Concerning Printing. The Jean Grolier booklet. 16mo. 14 p. Let’s go back to Janu , New York City, 11 East Thirty-sixth St., the date and place of the founding of the Grolier Club. King James confirmed this system in and , and during the reign of Charles I, the Star Chamber issued its now-infamous decree on J This decree made it a general offense to print, import, or sell "any seditious, scismaticall, or offensive Bookes or Pamphlets.".


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One hundred and fifty copies printed from type, in the month of December,of which this is Number 1 ^ t: Digitized by the Internet Archive in with. A decree of Star Chamber concerning printing: made J ; reprinted by the Grolier Club, from the first edition by Robert Barker, By Great Britain.

Court of Star Chamber. Provisions of the Star Chamber Decree 5. The Long Parliament and the Abolition of the Star Chamber. References. Full title A Decree of Starre-Chamber Concerning Printing () 2.

Abstract A decree of the Star Chamber designed to regulate the printing of all literary works, whether ecclesiastical or secular in nature. The Star Chamber (Latin: Camera stellata) was an English court which sat at the royal Palace of Westminster, from the late 15th century to the midth century (c.

), and was composed of Privy Counsellors and common-law judges, to supplement the judicial activities of the common-law and equity courts in civil and criminal matters.

The Star Chamber was originally. Get this from a library. A decree of Star Chamber concerning printing: made J ; reprinted by the Grolier Club, from the first edition by Robert Barker, [Great Britain.

Court of Star Chamber.; Grolier Club.]. Excerpt from A Decree of Star Chamber Concerning Printing: Made J ; Reprinted by the Grolier Club, From The; First Edition by Robert Barker, Which has been obsolete for more than two hundred years.

But this decree has an exceptional interest. Although not the first nor the last of arbitrary laws for the regulating of printing, there is probably no other law in the. [grolier club] a decree of star chamber concerning printing, made j reprinted by the grolier club, from the first edition by robert barker, As was the case with the Star Chamber Decree oftwo impulses underpinned the passing of the Star Chamber Decree of The first lay with Elizabeth () and the government's increasing concern over the proliferation of books which attacked or undermined the Queen and her religious settlement of Get this from a library.

A decree of Starre-Chamber, concerning printing: made the eleuenth day of July last past, [England and Wales.; England and Wales.

Court of Star Chamber.]. The formal protection of the Star Chamber was extended not only to books protected under royal printing privileges (see: uk_) but to books printed in contravention of the internal regulations of the Stationers' Company itself, further enhancing the significance of 'stationers' copyright'.

officers. Further provisions for the licensing of printing were made by the decree of the star chamber of Jthe proclamation of Septemand the decree of the star chamber of J The stationers' company, created by Henry VIII, was incorporated by advancement of the protestant reformation.

a decree of starre-chamber concerning printing, made the eleventh day of july last part london: by robert barker and the assignes of iohn bill, So we find orders of the Star Chamber in, and On the 11th of July, the Star Chamber issued its most famous decree.

It ordered: "That no person or persons vvhat- soeuer shall presume to print, or cause to be printed, either in the parts beyond the Seas, or in this Realme, or other his Maiesties Dominions, any seditious.

And concerning the difficulty by them made, of finding out and procuring a fit place for the erecting of a new Church within the said Parish, July A Decree of Star-Chamber against Printing without License.

'That none shall presume to Print any Book .A Decree of Star Chamber Concerning Printing, made J Reprinted by the Grolier Club, from the first edition by Robert Barker, (Digitized on Internet Archive). The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury. Edited from the best manuscripts and translated into English, with an introduction and notes by Andrew Fleming West.(Decree concerning Printing - July ) issued by Star Chamber Butter and Bourne (newspaper printers) given letters patent from the King to publish news books.

Long Parliament abolished the Court of Star Chamber.