Benjamin Fisher

Date fl.1614-1637
Biographical NotesBookseller and publisher. Apprenticed in 1614 to Thomas Man whose shop he managed until 1625. Made free of the Company of Stationers of London 1622. See D. F. McKenzie, 'Stationers' Company Apprentices 1605-40' (1961) and H. G. Aldis, et. al., 'A Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers in England, Scotland and Ireland, and of Foreign Printers of English Books 1557-1640' (1910).
Work(s)Editor of Profitable Instructions Describing what Speciall Observations are to be Taken by Travellers in all Nations, States and Countries; Pleasant and Profitable. By the Three much admired, Robert, Late Earle of Essex. Sir Philip Sidney. And, Secretary Davison (1633)
Author of ['To the reader' in Davidson's Profitable Instructions] (1633) in Profitable Instructions Describing what Speciall Observations are to be Taken by Travellers in all Nations, States and Countries; Pleasant and Profitable. By the Three much admired, Robert, Late Earle of Essex. Sir Philip Sidney. And, Secretary Davison