Richard Carmarden
Richard Carmarden (d.1603) was an English merchant, member of the Merchant Taylors Company, and Surveyor of the Customs for London. He paid for the printing of the Bible in English in Rouen in 1566, and in 1570 wrote A Caveat for the Quene.

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Richard Carmarden (d.1603) was an English merchant, member of the Merchant Taylors Company, and Surveyor of the Customs for London. He paid for the ...
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TNA SP12/252/49, ff. 96-7
Richard Carmarden (d.1603) has urged the Queen to ... arguments, and also puts forward an alternative option which Carmarden has missed, which is that the ...
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Richard Carmarden's "A Caveat for the Quene" (1570) - jstor
Richard Carmarden'S "A CAVEAT FOR. THE QUENE" (1570). IN. THE reign of Queen Elizabeth, when serious efforts were continually made to reform the ...
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Richard Carmarden d. Yes, date unknown: Community Trees Project
Richard Carmarden d. Yes, date unknown: Community Trees Project.
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Richard Carmarden of, London, Middlesex, England d. Yes, date ...
Richard Carmarden of, London, Middlesex, England d. Yes, date unknown: Community Trees Project.
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... for Richard Carmarden Richard Carmarden (b. 1562). Richard Carmarden ( son of Thomas Carmaden and Dorothy Alexander) was born 1562 in , , , England .
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Blanche Carmarden. 1555 -. View tree · Photo ... Blanch Carmarden. 1560 - 1640 . View tree · Photo ... Richard Carmarden. 1528 - 1600. View tree · Photo.
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He married Blanche Carmarden, daughter of Richard Carmarden and Dorothy Alexander, between 1572 and 1594. Reverend William Washer died before May  ...
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Full text of "Middlesex pedigrees, as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1551"
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Richard Carmarden (d.1603) was an English merchant, member of the .... A Guide to the Atcheson L. Hench Autograph Collection, University of Virginia ...
Great Bible printed in Rouen. Title Page of the New Testament
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Aedes Althorpianae: Or, An Account of the Mansion, Books, and Pictures, at Althorp, the Residence of George John...
Aedes Althorpianae: Or, An Account of the Mansion, Books, and Pictures, at Althorp, the Residence of George John...
2013
The bibliophile aristocrat George Spencer (1758-1834) employed Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1776-1847) as his librarian for life. The second earl had amassed the greatest private library in Europe, housed at Althorp, and Dibdin was tasked with cataloguing the vast collection and sourcing suitable editions to add to it. In 1814, Dibdin began publishing h...
Elizabethan Privateering: English Privateering During the Spanish War, 1585-1603
Elizabethan Privateering: English Privateering During the Spanish War, 1585-1603
Kenneth R. Andrews, 2011
In this study of privateering during the Elizabethan war with Spain, which was originally published in 1966, Dr Andrews shows that it was closely connected with trade, in particular having a stimulating effect on oceanic commerce and that it was at the time the main form of English maritime warfare.
The World of William Byrd: Musicians, Merchants and Magnates
The World of William Byrd: Musicians, Merchants and Magnates
John Harley, 2010
Foremost among them was William Byrde'.57 Richard Carmarden (or Carmarthen) denounced these practices to the Marquess of Winchester, but action was delayed until 1570, when letters patent for an investigation were issued to Oliver ...
Press Censorship in Elizabethan England
Press Censorship in Elizabethan England
Cyndia Susan Clegg, 2004
This is a revisionist history of press censorship in the rapidly expanding print culture of the sixteenth century. Clegg establishes the nature and source of the controls, and evaluates their means and effectiveness. By considering the literary and bibliographical evidence of books that were censored, and placing them in the literary, religious, ec...
A Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British ...
A Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British ...
1819
1593. 15. Mr. Richard Carmarden sends to Lord Burghley his opinion of an offer made to advance the duty on wines, Aug. 6, 1593. 16. Rules proposed by R. Carmarden for regulation of the wine trade, and security of the Queen's duties, 1593.
The Material Letter in Early Modern England: Manuscript Letters and the Culture and Practices of Letter-Writing...
The Material Letter in Early Modern England: Manuscript Letters and the Culture and Practices of Letter-Writing...
2012
Concentrating on the years 1512-1635, this book represents the first major socio-cultural study of manuscript letters and letter-writing practices in early modern England. It examines a crucial period in the development of the English vernacular letter before Charles I's postal reforms in 1635, one that witnessed a significant extension of let...
Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum
Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum
British museum, 1819
1593. 15. Mr. Richard Carmarden sends to Lord Burghley his opinion of an offer made to advance the duty on wines, Aug. 6, 1593. 16. Rules proposed by R. Carmarden for regulation of the wine trade, and security of the Queen's duties, 1593.
Inside the Illicit Economy: Reconstructing the Smuggler's Trade of Sixteenth Century Bristol
Inside the Illicit Economy: Reconstructing the Smuggler's Trade of Sixteenth Century Bristol
2012
From the moment governments began making money from levying duty on imported goods, a smuggling trade developed to avoid paying such taxes. Whilst the popular image of smugglers remains an essentially romantic one, this book makes clear that smuggling was, from the start, a large-scale systematic business that relied on the connivance of well-conne...
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Smuggling, Fraud and Embezzlement: Corruption in the 16th Century Customs House (by James Wilkes) | PublisHistory Blog
Customs abuses by the officials themselves were not new to the Elizabethan period. Opportunities to take advantage of their positions would have been very tempting. Almost as soon as officials were in place, legislation was necessary to impose penalties on Customers, Collectors or Controllers who ‘should be attainted or convicted of falsely concealing the King’s…
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