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Survey of royal revenue, 1552

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Foliated in pencil; manuscript occupies leaves [6r] through [53r].
Incipit: The certificate of Thomas Lord Darcy of Chiche ...
Dates conjectured by booksellers based on watermark evidence.
Manuscript fair copy of the Royal Revenue Survey,…

A brief view of the late troubles and confusions in England

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Running title: A view of Englands troubles, from 1640, to 1660.
Signatures: A-I⁸ K⁸(-K8).
Pages 148, 149 misnumbered '149', '148', respectively. Several other mispaginations.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug: 2."

Truth brought to light, or, The history of the first 14 years of King James I

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Anonymous. By Michael Sparke; A new edition of "The narrative history of King James, for the first fourteen years", with an entirely new preface; With additional engraved emblematic title page (plate) which reads "Truth brought to light by Time, or…

The history of the rebellions in England, Scotland, and Ireland

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With frontispiece portrait of Charles I on leaf A1v; Title page is A2; A reissue of the edition, with cancel title page, with line 14 of title page ending "1685", and with line 16 of the title page reading "By Sir Roger Manley, Kt."; Marginal notes;…

A Concise History of England

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Vols. 1-3 lack imprint date; preface dated Aug. 10, 1775; Imprints in vols. 2-4 read: "Printed by R. Hawes, (no. 40) the Corner of Dorset-Street, Crispin-Street, Spitalfields"; Includes index in v.4

Thomæ de Elmham Vita & gesta Henrici Quinti, Anglorum Regis

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An advertisement for this work was issued by Tho. Hearne: 'Advertisement. Just printed in octavo ...' [1728]--cf. ESTC; Tailpieces, headpieces, initials; Signatures: a-e⁴, f², A-3G⁴, 3H²;
Page 283 incorrectly numbered 183; Title within double line…

Relations and observations, historicall and politick, upon the Parliament, begun Anno Dom. 1640

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The dedication is signed "Theoph. Verax", while the prefatory epistle which follows is signed "Theodorus Verax". Actual authorship from Wing.; Probable place of publication from Wing.; Signatures: A-Y⁴ Z² a-b⁴ c².; Includes: "The mystery of the two…

An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England

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Anonymous. By John Selden; Editor's dedication signed: Nath. Bacon; With an additional title page (A1r), engraved, "Semper eadem or the uniforme government of England", signed: W.M. sculp:, i.e. William Marshall; Includes index; In this, the true…