Bill for the years 1672-1674 from William Watts to the Earl of Danby, Lord High Treasurer of England [manuscript], ca. 1685?

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Watts, William, fl. 1672-1674. Bill for the years 1672-1674 from William Watts to the Earl of Danby, Lord High Treasurer of England [manuscript], ca. 1685?

Bill for the years 1672-1674 from William Watts to the Earl of Danby, Lord High Treasurer of England [manuscript], ca. 1685?

A bill for £1062, 7 shillings, 11 pence for clothes made by Watts, the king's tailor, for Charles II's son, the Earl of Plymouth, upon the death of Charles II.

6 leaves.

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England and Wales. Lord High Treasurer (1673-1679 : Danby)

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