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Crashawe, Thomas (fl. c.1570-1618?); of St John's College, Cambridge (sizar 1584-5, BA 1588/9, MA 1592), advocate, of York; see Venn pt 1, I 413; possibly an elder brother of William Crashawe (see below); still alive in 1616, the year in which 4° D 3 Jur. Seld. was printed, and in 1618, when he was licensed to marry; generally wrote his autograph midway down the title-page, with the price paid in the top outer corner; occasionally he added the motto `Servire Deo regnare est' or used it without the signature; those of his books which have not been rebound show a group of letters on the verso of the end flyleaf, not in his hand, and may perhaps represent a price cypher or valuation by a bookseller after his death; many of his books later owned by John Selden, q.v. (ex informatione David Rogers). ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Period: 16th century to 17th century.

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  • A-503(1) Augustinus de Novis — Scrutinium consiliorum quatriconsulti collegii. — Florence: Bartolommeo di Libri, 25 Apr. 1500. Folio.

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