The assise of bread newly corrected and enlarged, from twelue pence the quarter of wheate vnto three pound and sixe pence the quarter, according to the rysing and falling of the price thereof in the market, by sixe pence altering in euerie quarter of wheate, together with sundrie good and needful ordinances for bakers, brewers, inholders, victuallers, vintners, and butchers: and also other assises in weights and measures, which by the lawes of this realme are comanded to be obserued and kept by all maner of persons, as well within liberties as without. Whereunto there are also added, sundrie good and needful orders in making and retailing of all kindes of of lawfull breads, ... The which satutes [sic] and auncient orders and customes, for making and retailing of all lawfull sorts of bread, as foresaid, haue beene heretofore seene, allowed, and are commaunded to bee kept, by the right honourable the lords, and others of the Queenes Maiesties honourable priuie counsaile. ...
Printed by Iohn Windet, dwelling at Powles Wharfe, at the signe of the Crosse Keyes,
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