Book trade references in the Lapthorne-Coffin correspondence 1683-1697
edited by Michael Treadwell and Ian Maxted.
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTER DATED Sat., 7 January 1693
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTER DATED Sat., 14 January 1693
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTER DATED Sat., 21 January 1693
[Sat., 28 January 1693]
I recd yor last wth one inclosed to Mr Pyne Hee is not yet returned from Cambridge I have gotton Mr Rays booke [R05] to be bound as you directed & have it by mee & hope to procure both ye Catalogues yt former is hard to get I have bin at ye Cane shop...[4 lines in printed version]...On Wednesday last were burnt by the common Hangman according to the order of the House of Commons te 2 books, one Licenced by Bohon, ye title thereof King William and Queen Mary, King and Queen by conquest etc., [B40] ye other ye Bishop of Salisburys pastorall Letter [B75] in wch ye passage is asserted for wch ye former was censured...[9 lines in printed version]...
[Sat., 4 February 1693]
Mr Pyne went out of towne Thursday last to whom I delivered your staffe also Mr Rays booke [R05] some other stitcht books [S70] hee also tooke The Lords have continued...[7 lines in printed version]...your cane cost 0 8s 0 Mr Rays booke [R05] in quires 0 2 6 & ye binding 0.1:8 Mich Cat: 0 0 4 B.S: Pastorall letter [B75] 0 1 0 Another, called submission [S72] 0 0 4 Dr Maggots fun[eral] sermo[n] [S32] 0 0 6 Mich far 1690 Cat: [T20] wee canot yet meet wth but I will not give off till I send it Inclosed are ye Gazetts I am..
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sat., 11 February 1693]
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sat., 18 February 1693]
[Sat., 25 February 1693]
...10 lines in printed version]...one of ye Gazets by ye rudeness of a mayd servant is somewt abused but if it will not serve I will send another instead of it I am Sr...
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sun., 5 March 1693]
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTERS DATED Sat., 11, 18 March 1693
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sat., 25 March 1693]
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTERS DATED Sat., 1,8,15,22,29 April 1693
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sat., 6 May 1693]
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED [Sun., 14 May 1693]
[Fri., 19 May 1693]
I recd yours wth diriccons for buying of ye things therein mencioned wch I intend to doe as neere as I can to the standard you propose I thank you for thinking on ye subscriptions, I purpose to deliver yor things to Mr Johnson so as they may be sent next Satturday Tuesday last...[14 lines in printed ver.]..
[Sat., 27 May 1693]
[from printed version] I received yours with the Bill for £30 on Mr Gough which is accepted by his son the Father being in Devonshire and the mony shall be paid according to your and Mr. Pynes directions. I thank you for that part allotted to mee. [my transcript] I have sent all the things you wrote for (saving Mich 1690 Catalogue [T20] wch I cannot yet procure) to Mr. Johnson wch hee hath put into his box to bee sent this day...[31 lines in printed version]...[from printed version] On Satturday night last many of King James declarations [K10] were scattered up and down. some of the publishers are taken and will suffer for it...[my transcript] And because I suppose when you send for things you desire to know the prices of them when you receive them I have inserted ye prices of ye things sent underneath There are some few odd things since my last wch I have not here put down wch Mr Pyne had wth him & wch for ye present I canot tell wt they were but for yr staffe you sent mee the mony for it when you sent Mr Pines Bill) ye other inconsiderable things shall be put down some other time
|periwigg_________________________________||1 . 2 . 0|
|The Turkish Spies in quires [M20] ______________||0 8 0|
|Du Pines Bibliotheca [D80] _____________________||0 13 0|
|To ye Bookbinder for binding & gild:ym___||0 4 6|
|Sommers Antiquities &c. [S42] __________________||0 5 6|
|To a porter______________________________||0 0 6|
|2 13 6|
[Sat., 3 June 1693]
Yor Grandson Mr Pyne hath drawn a bill for ye whole thirty pounds to bee paid to a Haberdasher of hats on London bridge...[1 line in printed version]...[from printed version] Some of those that dispersed King James his declarations [K10] are now on their Tryall at the old Bayly...
[Sat., 10 June 1693]
...2 lines in printed version]...[from printed version] There is an answer to King James his declaration come out written as tis sayd by Dr. Welwood [W11] the author of the observators but licencised by Mr. Secretary Trenchard...[6 lines in printed version]...The publishers of K Js declarations [K10] their Tryalls are put off till next sessions, But Anderton [AND] is condemned for high treason for printing a seditious libell agt ye Government...[6 lines in printed version]...
[Sun., 18 June 1693]
Yisterday was executed Anderton ye printer [AND] at Tyburne with other criminalls...[13 lines in printed version]...
NO SIGN OF ANY LETTERS DATED from Sat.24 June to Sat.25 Nov 1693
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN NOTE DATED Sat., 2 December 1693
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED Sat., 9 December 1693
[Volume C starts here]
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED Sat., 16 December 1693
Inclosed are ye Gazetts I am Sr [etc]
[Fri., 22 December 1693]
...[18 lines in printed version, mostly about curing of the lame French girl]
[...] [presently after ye girle looking
into ye New Testament & reading yt place where our
Saviour performed such cures, sayd she its a wonder those
Jews would not all beleive our Saviour and come[CHECK] & be
will see in ye last Gazet an advertisement yt ye Relation wilbe printed. [T70] I am in hast
Yor faithfull servant
NOTHING OF ANY INTEREST IN LETTER DATED Sat., 30 December 1693
are ye Gazetts [...]
[First letter of 1694]
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