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Title: The assise of bread newly corrected and enlarged, according to the raising & falling of the price of wheate in the market, togither with sundrie good and needful orders commanded to be kept in making of all kindes of bread, that are appointed to be sold in all places whatsoeuer: whereunto are added, sundrie other good ordinances for bakers, brewers, inholders, uintners, butchers, and victualers. And also other assises in weightes and measure, to bee obserued and kept. Agreeing with the auncient statutes of this realme, tending greatly to the generall comon wealth of the same. Seene allowed, and commaunded to bee kept, by the right honourable the lords, and others of the Queenes Maiesties priuie counsaile. ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The assise of bread newly corrected and enlarged, according to the raising & falling of the price of wheate in the market, togither with sundrie good and needful orders commanded to be kept in making of all kindes of bread, that are appointed to be sold in all places whatsoeuer: whereunto are added, sundrie other good ordinances for bakers, brewers, inholders, uintners, butchers, and victualers. And also other assises in weightes and measure, to bee obserued and kept. Agreeing with the auncient statutes of this realme, tending greatly to the generall comon wealth of the same. Seene allowed, and commaunded to bee kept, by the right honourable the lords, and others of the Queenes Maiesties priuie counsaile. ...
Powel, John,

London: Printed by Iohn Windet, dwelling at Powles Wharfe at the signe of the Crosse Keys, 1592.
Alternate titles: Assize of bread Booke of assise.
Notes:
Preface signed: Ioh. Powell.
Running title reads: The booke of assise.
Signatures: A-C4 D2.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Bread -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Weights and measures -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Bakers and bakeries -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A22294.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
table
Allowance to Bakers.
Auncient lawes and good ordinances set downe aswell for Bakers, in making, Sising and selling of all sortes of lawful breads, which by the lawes are ven∣dable vnto her Maiestis subiects in the com∣mon wealth: as also for Inholders, Ʋittulers, and other persons retailing the same, ratified and allowed by her maiesties most honorable priuy counsell, as heereafter followeth.
The Assise and order for Brewers, aswell of Ale as of Beere.
The Assise and order for Inholders and Victulers.
The assise for Inholders, or any others retailing their Hey by the Bottle, Trusse, or hundreth, as followeth.
The Assise for Vinteners.
The Assise for Butchers.
The Assise of Fuell to bee obserued in the Citie of Lon∣don, Westminster, and the subberbes of the same.
The Assise for Lath.
The Assise of Timber.
The Assise of Tile.