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Bread -- Great Britain -- Weights and measures
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The Assise of bread and ale, and dyuers other thynges as appereth on the other syde of the leafe

[London] : Imprynted at London in Fletestrete in the house of Thomas Berthelet, nere the Lundite, at the signe of Lucrece, [1532?]
1532?
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The assize of bread together with sundry good and needfull ordinances for bakers, brewers, inholders, victualers, vintners, and butchers, and also other assizes in weight sand measures ... : whereunto there are also added, sundry good and needfull orders, in making and retayling of all kinds of lawfull breads ... : newly corrected and enlarged from twelve pence the quarter of wheate, unto three pound and sixe pence the quarter, according to the rising and falling of the price thereof in the mark
Powel, John, gent
London : Printed by William Stansby, and are to be sold by John Budge, 1615
1615
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Authentic accounts of the history and price of wheat, bread, malt, &c. from the coming in of William the Conqueror, to Michaelmas 1745 and also a true relation or collection of the most remarkable dearths and famines, which have happened within the said time : likewise the rising and falling of the price of wheat and other grain, from time to time, with the several occasions thereof briefly set down.
Penkethman, John
London : Printed for R. Davis, 1765
1765
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Here begynneth the boke named the Assize of bread, what it ought to wey after the pryse of a quarter of wheet and also the assyse of ale, with al manner of wood and cole, lath, bowrde, and tymber, and the weyght of butter and cheese

[London] : Imprynted by me Thomas Colwell, dwellynge in the house of Robert Wyer at the sygne of Seynt John[n?] euangelyst, in Seynt Martyns parysshe besyde Charynge Crosse, [1560]
1560
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Here begynneth the boke named the Assyse of breade, what it ought to weye after the pryce of a quarter of wheete and also the assyse of ale, with all maner of wood and cole, lath, bowrde, and tymbre, and the weyght of butter and chese

[London] : Imprynted by me Robert Wyer, dwellynge in Saynt Martyns parysshe, besyde Charynge Crosse, at the sygne of Saynt John Euangelyst, besyde the Duke of Suffolkes place, [1555?]
1555?
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