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::Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: ''Precium xxiij s.''
 
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::A typical binding from the library of [[Edward Gwynn]], possibly acquired through Bishop [[Peter Gunning]]. The indication of price has been wrongly attributed to [[William Somner]]; it mat be that of Edward Gwynn or the second-hand price when his books were sold after his death in ''c''. 1645.
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::A typical binding from the library of [[Edward Gwynn]], possibly acquired through Bishop [[Peter Gunning]]. The indication of price has been wrongly attributed to [[William Somner]]; it may be that of Edward Gwynn or the second-hand price when his books were sold after his death in ''c''. 1645.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:43, 3 April 2019

Shelfmark W/I-6-1
John Jewel. Works of ... John Iewell, ... newly set forth with ... his life.. London: 1609.
Gold-tooled lettering on front board: EDWARD GWYNN.
Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: Precium xxiij s.
A typical binding from the library of Edward Gwynn, possibly acquired through Bishop Peter Gunning. The indication of price has been wrongly attributed to William Somner; it may be that of Edward Gwynn or the second-hand price when his books were sold after his death in c. 1645.