Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Bookseller, St. Paul's Churchyard
Pepys would call him "my bookseller" -- his principal bookseller for years. His shop and home were on the north side of the Churchyard.
-- L&M Companion
Another Bookseller, John Playford
Playford sold books at the Inner Temple.
-- L&M Companion, Index volumes
Booksellers Pepys mentions by name
Name/location/when Pepys's 1st mentions:
JAMES ALLESTRY-- St. Paul's Churchyard, later Duck Lane; mentioned ONCE, 1667 (@ Duck Lane)
HENRY HERRINGMAN-- New Exchange; 1667
JOSHUA KIRTON-- St. Paul's Churchyard; 1660
JOHN MARTIN-- Temple Bar; 1668
MILES & ANN MITCHELL-- Westminster Hall; 1660
WILLIAM MORDEN-- Cambridge; mentioned ONCE in 1660
JOHN PLAYFORD-- Inner Temple; 1660
WILLIAM SHREWSBURY-- At The Bible on Duck Lane; 1668
JOHN STARKEY-- St. Paul's Churchyard, later on Fleet Street when Pepys mentions him; 1667
-- L&M Index volume
St. Paul's Churchyard
Mr. [Joshua] Kirton's kinsman = William Kirton(entry March 20, 1662/3)From L&M Companion:The "kinsman" is William Kirton, a freeman of the Stationers' Company by patrimony, 1665.
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