2 edition of Jane Yetsweirt (1541-?) [printer] found in the catalog.
Jane Yetsweirt (1541-?) [printer]
Susan M. Allen
Written in English
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Jane Yetter, Lincoln, NE View Full Report Known Locations: Lincoln NE, , Lincoln NE , Lincoln NE Possible Relatives: Adrienne M Meints, Joleen D Meints, Thomas I Meints. , when Jane Yetsweirt set forth an edition of which the ornamental title page is as follows: ' Anni decem priores Edwardi tertii, multo omnes quam ante emendatius aediti, signis istis * * in textu, principiis foliorum editionis prioris, prae-positis Londini. In aedibus lanae Yetsweirt' Jane Yetsweirt's edition.
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Jane Yetsweirt became one of England's first women law printers inwhen her husband Charles died and she took over the business.
This included taking responsibility for the patent she inherited for printing common law texts in : Kate Roden. The August rare book of the month is William Rastell’s A collection of entrees, of declarations, barres, replications, reioinders, issues, verdits, iudgements, executions, proces, continuances, essoines, and diuers other matters, printed in London in by Jane Yetsweirt.
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William Rastell’s A collection of entrees, of declarations, barres, replications, reioinders, issues, verdits, iudgements, executions, proces, continuances, essoines, and diuers other matters, printed in by the newly-widowed Jane Yetsweirt.
It is a monumental book in its own right — a groundbreaking work on pleading when it was. However, by far the earliest example of star paging I can find is in a edition of Year Book cases Jane Yetsweirt book the reign of Edward III: Anni decem priores, Regis Edwardi Tertii (London: Jane Yetsweirt, ).
Here is an example: the number “20” in the margin between rules is the original page number, and to the left of the number is the.
Yetsweirt Jane Yetsweirt book the same for her printing of the year books of Edward V through Henry VIII in (Anni, Regum, Edwardi Quinti, Richardi Tertii, Henrici Septimi, et Henrici Octaui [London: Jane Yetsweirt, ]).
See Ibbetson, “Legal Printing and Legal Doctrine,” –46, for some possible ramifications of standardization in the by: 2. The book was published/printed by Jane Yetsweirt, a notable Tudor woman letter-writer, showing that 16th century literate women were not solely found in the aristocracy.
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