Commonplace book : manuscript, 1533-1629.


Cox, Edward W., 19th cent,. Commonplace book : manuscript, 1533-1629.

Commonplace book : manuscript, 1533-1629.

A collection of copies of letters by rulers, statesmen and others in public office, including a large number by Sir Francis Bacon, 1533-1629.

1 v. (704 p.) ; 19 cm.

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