Papers, 1634.


Noy, William, 1577-1634. Papers, 1634.

Papers, 1634.

A 60 page manuscript,bound in vellum with ties, describing the royal collection of revenues for support and repair of estates, derived from the Records of the Tower, Parliament rolls, and close petitions. This document was originally circulated in manuscript form prior to its publication as "Cottoni Posthuma" in 1679.

19 x 31 cm. (1 volume).

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