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16MOSextodecimo (book paper size)
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A Victorian cataloguer would have referred to a book of this size as "16mo." However, the quiring of these volumes, typically in eights, like the vast run of Middle English books, would imply that such a designation is probably inaccurate.
A fourth edition was printed for Tory by an unknown printer (perhaps Tory) on 8 February 1529 (use of Rome), a small octavo or 16mo, and on 20 October 1531 another octavo also printed by Tory himself (use of Rome).