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Author: Penkethman, John.
Title: A perfect table declaring the assise or weight of bread, by Troy and Avoirdupois weights. Extracted and taken out of the new booke entituled Artachthos, by the composer thereof. Not only for the service of the citie of London, but for the whole realme; to the end that everie one, as well poore as rich, may trie the weight of the bakers bread, by the sort of weight, and finding it too light, complaine to the magistrate, or present them at the sessions of the peace, coort-leet, or elsewhere.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A perfect table declaring the assise or weight of bread, by Troy and Avoirdupois weights. Extracted and taken out of the new booke entituled Artachthos, by the composer thereof. Not only for the service of the citie of London, but for the whole realme; to the end that everie one, as well poore as rich, may trie the weight of the bakers bread, by the sort of weight, and finding it too light, complaine to the magistrate, or present them at the sessions of the peace, coort-leet, or elsewhere.
Penkethman, John.

[Imprinted at London: By Richard Bishop, and to be sold at the signe of the Bell in St. P[au]ls chur[chyard, 1640]]
Alternate titles: Artachthos. Selections Artachthos. Selections
Notes:
A broadside.
Dummys' Imperfect: mutilated, with some loss of text, including imprint date (supplied from STC).
Reproduction of originals in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bread -- Standards -- Early works to 1800.
Weights and measures -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09289.0001.001

Contents
A perfect Table DECLARING The Assise or weight of Bread, by Troy and Avoirdupois weights. Extracted and taken out of the new Booke entituled Artachthos, by the Composer thereof.
HVMBLY DEDICATED
poem
THE LAVVES OF GOD against false weights and measures, and all kinds of Deceit.
The Composers Conclusion.
The Penny VVheaten Loafe.
The Demonstration and use of this Table.
Now for the use of this Table.
For the other two sorts of Bread.
colophon