The general book of oaths both ancient and modern [manuscript], ca. 1630.

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. The general book of oaths both ancient and modern [manuscript], ca. 1630.

The general book of oaths both ancient and modern [manuscript], ca. 1630.

Oaths of office both public and private, central and local, including coronation oaths of Charles I. At end of volume in another hand are notes of Bramston's lectures on fraudulent conveyances; in a third hand A short account of the present state of Danzig, 1675; Judicature of parliament (long said to be by John Selden but recently attributed to Henry Elsynge), with the extra sentences to be found in V.b.251, and a table of contents; a copy of Prorogatio Parliamenti, 12 Ed. IV.

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