Household Books Published in Britain: V1 - 1475-1700 (LH)


Supporting Complete Articles

The following articles by the bibliographer:

The entries in this volume were cross referenced with:

See also the footnote references in the accompanying essay.

  • Alden, J. (1952) 'Pills and Publishing: Some Notes on the English Book Trade, 1660-1715' The Library, 5 VII, 21-37.
  • Arber, Edward ed. (1875) A Transcript of the register of the Company of Stationers of London, 1554-1640 AD. 5 vols, 1554-1620. London: 1875-94.
  • Bell, M. (1989) 'Hannah Allen and the Development of a Puritan Publishing Business, 1646-51' Publishing History 26, 5-66.
  • Bennett, H. S. (1970) English books and readers 1475-1557. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • (1970) English books and readers 1603-1640. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • (1965) English books and readers 1558-1603. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • (1950-1) 'Notes on English retail book prices 1480-1560', The Library, series 5, vol V.
  • Bitting, K. G. (1939) Gastronomic Bibliography. London: 1981 Reprint of 1939 San Francisco edition.
  • Blagden, C. (1960) The Stationers' Company: A History, 1403-1959. London.
  • Capp, B. (1979) Astrology and the Popular Press: English Almanacs 1500-1800. London.
  • Cressy, D. (1980) Literacy and the Social Order: Reading and Writing in Tudor and Stuart England. Cambridge.
  • Davidson, A. and M. Bell (1984) The Ladies Cabinet Enlarged and Opened. London.
  • Drummond, J. C. and A. Wilbraham. (1957) The Englishman's food. London: Jonathan Cape.
  • Eamon W. (1994) Science and the Secrets of Nature: Books of secrets in medieval and early modern culture. Princeton.
  • Eyre, G. E., H. R. Plomer, C. R. Rivington, (1913-1914) A Transcript of the Registers of the Worshipful Company of Stationers; from 1640-1708. 3v. Reprint, 1967. Gloucester, Mass.
  • Fenton, A. and E. Kisban. (1986) Food in change. London: John Donald.
  • Fieldhouse, P. (1986) Food and nutrition: Customs and culture. London: Croom Helm.
  • Fisher, F. J. ed. (1961) Essays in the economics and social history of Tudor and Stuart England Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Greg, W. W. (1956) Some aspects and problem of London publishing between 1550 and 1650. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Hannay, M. ed. (1985) Silent but for the Word: Tudor women as patrons, translators, and writers of religious works. Kent State UP.
  • Henrey, B. (1975) British Botanical and Horticultural Literature before 1800. Vol 1 The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: History and Bibliography. London.
  • Hunter, L. (2005) 'Women in Science in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries' in ed. J. Zinsser Men, Women, and the Birthing of Modern Science, 123-40. Northern Illinois University Press.
  • (2002) 'Technical, domestic and rhetorical books, 1557-1695', eds. D.F. Mackenzie and J. Barnard with assistance from M. Bell, A History of the Book in Britain 1557-1695, 514-32. Cambridge University Press.
  • (1999) 'Civic Rhetoric, 1560-1640', (ed.) F. Ames-Lewis, Sir Thomas Gresham and Gresham College: Studies in the intellectual history of London in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, 88-104. London.
  • (1997a) 'Women and Domestic Medicine: Lady Experimenters, 1570-1620', in L. Hunter and S. Hutton ed<. Women, Science and Medicine 1500-1700. Stroud.
  • (1997b) 'Sisters of the Royal Society: The Circle of Katherine Jones, Lady Ranelagh', in L. Hunter and S. Hutton ed,. Women, Science and Medicine 1500-1700. Stroud.
  • (1991) 'From Occasional Receipt to Specialised Book', in C. Wilson ed., Banquetting Stuffe, 36-59. Edinburgh.
  • Hunter, L. and S. Hutton eds. (1997) Women, Science and Medicine 1500-1700. Stroud.
  • Hunter, M. (1982) Science and Society in Restoration England. Cambridge.
  • Jackson, W. A., F. S. Ferguson, K. F. Pantzer, comp. (1976-1991) A Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England...1475-1640. 5v. 2d ed., microfilmed as Early English Books, Series 1.
  • Johns, A. (1991) 'History, Science, and the History of the Book: The Making of Natural Philosophy in early Modern England' Publishing History, 30, 5-30.
  • Lewalski, B. (1993) Writing Women in Jacobean England. London.
  • McClintock, M. (1997) 'The Reformation and the Emergence of English Vernacular Rhetoric in Mid-Sixteenth-Century England' paper given to the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, biennial conference.
  • McKenzie, D. F. (1961) Stationers' Company Apprentices, 1605-1640. Charlottesville, Virginia: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia. (1974) Stationers' Company Apprentices, 1641-1700. Oxford.
  • McKerrow, R. (1929) 'Edward Allde as a typical trade printer', The Library, 4th ser., 121-62.
  • Mennell, S. (1985) All manners of food. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Munby, F. A. and I. Norrie. (1974) Publishing and booksellers London: Jonathan Cape.
  • Myers, R. (1990) The Stationers' Company Archive: An Account of the Records, 1554-1984. Winchester.
  • O'Hara-May, J. (1977) Elizabethan dietary of health. Lawrence, Kansas.
  • Oxford, A. W. (1913) English cookery books to the year 1850. London, 1977 reprint.
  • Plant, M. (1974) The English book trade. London: George Allen and Unwin.
  • Plomer, H. (1907) Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers Who Were at Work in England, Scotland and Ireland. London:1933.
  • Porter, R. (ed.) (1992) The Popularization of Medicine, 1650-1850. London.
  • Poynter, F. N.L. (1962) A bibliography of Gervase Markham 1568?-1637. Oxford: The Oxford Bibliographical Society.
  • Schleiner, L. (1994) Tudor and Stuart Women Writers. Bloomington.
  • Slack, P. (1979) 'Mirrors of health and treasures of poor men: the uses of the vernacular medical literature of Tudor England', (ed.) C. Webster, Health, Medicine and Mortality in the Sixteenth Century. Cambridge.
  • Spufford, M. (1981) Small Books and Pleasant Histories: Popular Fiction and its Readership in Seventeenth-Century England. London.
  • Tannahill, R. (1973) Food in history. New York: Stein and Day.
  • Watt, T. (1991) Cheap Print and Popular Piety. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Wing, D. (comp.) (1972-1988) Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England...and British America...1641-1700. 3v 2d ed., microfilmed as Early English Books, Series 2. Series 1.
  • Whigham, F. (1984) Ambition and Privilege: The Social Tropes of Elizabethan Courtesy Theory. London.
  • Wilson, C. A. (1976) Food and drink in Britain. Penguin Books.