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This bibliography presents a list of archival, manuscript and secondary sources as reference for this book Pedlars and the Popular Press: Itinerant Distribution Networks in England and the Netherlands 1600-1850. The book discusses the ways itinerant booksellers were perceived and judged by authorities, guilds and contemporary authors and artists in both England and the Netherlands. It describes the interplay between the itinerant book trade and the popular press in both the Netherlands and England.

Keywords: England; itinerant book trade; Netherlands; pedlars; popular press

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