A Breif [sic] of the charges of the household for vij years with the difference of sommes [manuscript], 156-?

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A Breif [sic] of the charges of the household for vij years with the difference of sommes [manuscript], 156-?

A Breif [sic] of the charges of the household for vij years with the difference of sommes [manuscript], 156-?

Mid-16th century Latin manuscript leaf (marked as "i" on verso) summarizing household accounts for the entertainment expenses (totalled) for the years 1539-1560 during the reigns of four sovereigns: Henry VIII (1539 and 1540), Edward VI (1550), Mary I (1556 and 1557), and Elizabeth I (1559 and 1560). The emphasis in the accounts is on household and food expenses.

1 item ([1] leaf) ; 58 x 41 cm.

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