John Norton

(1556—1612) bookseller

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Freed in 1586 from apprenticeship in London, Norton began trading in Edinburgh. Returning to London in 1594, he retained business interests in Scotland, became a leading member of the Stationers’ Company, and achieved considerable wealth by importing books and publishing in several languages with his partner, John Bill.

From The Oxford Companion to the Book in Oxford Reference.

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