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  • See: Stephen Ferguson, "System and Schema: Tabulae of the Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries" in the Princeton University Library Chronicle XLIX, 1 (Autumn, 1987), pp. 9-30 [full text] as well as the Library exhibition catalogue:  Knowing through Seeing: Diagrams, Schemata and Tableaux in Early Printed Books, Medieval Manuscripts, and Prints (Princeton, 1987) [(ExB) 0639.739 no. 51] [full text] . See also "Godly Tables for Good Households" in Tessa Watt's Cheap Print and Popular Piety 1550-1640. No. 17 in the Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. (Cambridge, 1991). See Appendix D in this book for a list of such tables as well.

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