Passport from the Privy Council to Lord Scudamore [manuscript], 1618 September 15.


Passport from the Privy Council to Lord Scudamore [manuscript], 1618 September 15.

Signed by G. Cantuariensis, Francis Verulam, E. Worcester, T. Edmondes, Robert Naunton, Julius Caesar, Edward Coke.

2 leaves.

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