Camera stellata : reportes of the Starrchamber : manuscript, [16--]


England and Wales. Court of Star Chamber. Camera stellata : reportes of the Starrchamber : manuscript, [16--]

Camera stellata : reportes of the Starrchamber : manuscript, [16--]

1 v. (263 leaves) ; 29 cm.

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