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Jones has taken Whetstones foul papers ("fyrst coppy") and shaped them into the text now printed.
Formerly a seven-bedroom guest house, Coppy Lodge in Beamish, County Durham, has been signifi-cantly improved and updated.
"We've had two independent book experts confirm it is original and that the binding and paper is contemporary." "Britannia Depicta" or "Ogilby Impov'd Being a Correct Coppy of Mr.
(42) The Stationers' Register shows that "one booke or coppy entituled Truth found too late, a tragedy, acted at the Duke's Theatre.
"President Clinton is truly a unique combination of being a global philanthropist and an iconic star," Coppy Holzman, founder and chief executive officer, said.
"There will be disruptions for road users at various points throughout the scheme, particularly when the work is done in the Lenten Pool and Coppy Road areas but I think most will agree it is much needed to protect the homes and businesses from flooding."
Police have revealed the pair were seen driving a black Vauxhall Corsa found dumped in Coppy Nook Lane, Burntwood, just minutes from Mr Deakin's home on Meadway Street.
Cops are hunting two masked men seen fleeing the scene in a black Vauxhall Corsa, which was later found dumped about a mile away in Coppy Nook Lane.
Turning right along the road, we pass Pawpots on the right and continue along Slates Lane past Coppy Wood Drive (right).
As the author of A True, Modest, and Just Defense explained in 1618, "it is not safe" for nonconformist Puritans "to suffer the Printers to know that wee haue any such Coppy to bee printed," and, as a result, they must hire, at "great charge and hazard," "the printing of [our books] in some other Land." After their books were printed, religious extremists then faced the problem of distribution, for "open sale in every Booke-sellers shop" was not possible; if their books were "taken by the Bishops," then the publications would be "burnt, or otherwise utterly suppressed." (14) Both radical Protestants and Catholics, as a result, had to distribute their books through secret networks of merchants, congregations, and booksellers.
It was printed, and had a widespread impact in the country: Sir Charles |Gaue a Coppy to the King for fear it shou'd be Misrepresented'.(50) However, he acknowledged the danger from France, and not only supported a standing army in wartime (with a hint of expecting possible reward), but during the post-war reaction towards disbandment pressed in 1698 for a rational compromise over its size between the rival ministerial and opposition demands.(51) A Birthday Song for the King (c.
(44) Blayney explains that 'the owner [of a book, of 'coppy'] could seek the Stationers' Court's protection if any book--not necessarily a reprint or plagiarism of his book--threatened his ability to dispose of unsold copies of an existing edition', (45) and with this, Thomas Man's highly commercial concern over entry texts as goods becomes provocatively clear as a motivation for the dispute between publishers Blount and Man over the Jonson and Dekker quartos.