I am to send him the quires as fast as I finish them off, and the first is now in his hands.
Only two quires are now remaining: the handwriting is not the same, but similar.
There were reams of well-meant advice and quires of threats of violence.
In the 11th century catch-words were used to show the connection of the quires.
Stationers used to let out on hire parts of books or quires.
It is as near poetry as I can hope to get this side the harps and quires.
Fine white vellum, 192 leaves, in 19 quires of ten leaves each and two additional leaves at the end, the last of which is blank.
Ive sold me four and five quires a-day, but I dont sell above two and three dozen a-day now.
Oh, yes, I knowd old Jemmy Catnach fast enough—bought many hundreds, if not thousands of quires of him.
This marginal note in MS. 1566, occurs in one of the re-written sets or quires, and is in the same hand with the text.