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A summarie of Englyshe chronicles, conteynyng the true accompt of yeres, wherein euery kyng of this realme of England began theyr reigne, howe long they reigned: and what notable thynges hath bene doone durynge theyr reygnes. Wyth also the names and yeares of all the baylyffes, custos, maiors, and sheriffes of the citie of London, sens the Conqueste, dyligentely collected by Iohn Stovv citisen of London, in the yere of our Lorde God 1565. Whervnto is added a table in the end, conteynyng all the principall matters of this booke. Perused and allowed accordyng to the Quenes maiesties iniunctions.

General note: First quire printed in red and black. Signatures: [fleuron]8 a4 A-2F8 2G8(±2G4) 2H8 2I8 2K4. Includes index. Colophon reads: Imprinted at London in Fletestreete, nygh vnto S. Dunstones churche, by Thomas marshe. Anno salutis. 1565. The last leaf is blank. 2G4 can be in one of 3 states; State 1: recto lines 1-2 have "The duke of Montmorency Constable ..". State 2: cancel in a duplicate setting; recto lines 1-2 have "The duke of Montmorency, Constable ..". State 3: 2G4 is cancellandum; recto lines 1-2 have "The Constable of Fraunce ..". In a variant edition, leaf 2H8 cancelled by a bifolium with "The ages of the world" on the second recto. Entered 1564-65. Lacks 2G4 (supplied in MS.) and 2K4 blank; some MS. pencil marks throughout UK-SUSCL Cited in: STC (2nd ed.), 23319 Format of surrogate: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1948. 1 microfilm reel; 35mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640; 356:1). Ownership and custodial history: MS. ink on front flyleaf: "J. West 1726", note by J. Ames, "presented to Sir P.Thompson 1743"; MS. ink signature on tp.: "Susan Holdych"; shelf mark of Middle Hill Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps; purchased Sotheby's sale 12 Dec. 1974 UK-SuSCL Binding Information: Contemporary full-calf with blind tooled panel, re-backed UK-SUSCL