William Cademan  

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William Cademan or William Cadman was was a prolific British publisher between c. 1667 and 1689. His list in Morrison is varied, with some specialization in plays, poetry, and gallantry. Dunton described him as 'Blunt Cademan'.

From the Middlesex County Records

The second indictment, a far briefer document, dated 2 October 36 Charles II (1684), is against the better-known stationer William Cademan or Cadman, 9 of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields. He stood accused "exposing, selling, uttering and publishing the pernicious, wicked, scandalous vicious and illicit book A Dialogue Between a Married Lady and a Maid" ...[1][Sept 2005]


Westminster Quibbles in Verse. London: William Cademan, 1672.

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