A declaration how the King of England may support and increase his annual revenues being collected out of the records of the Tower ... [manuscript], 1634 / by William Noy.
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English antiquary and collector. He began collecting while at Rugby School and Oxford. On inheriting his father's estate at Middle Hill in Worcestershire, Phillipps embarked on a career of collecting manuscripts and books. His collection of manuscripts eventually numbered over 60,000 items. During Continental trips in the 1820s Phillipps bought heavily, and back in England he continued to do so, often buying up entire estate libraries at auction. He collected Eastern, Greek and Lat...
William Noy was an attorney-general and lawyer to Charles I. Although he attacked monopolies in Parliament in 1628-29, when he became attorney-general in 1631, he became an ardent supporter of the Kings' rights. From the description of Papers, 1634. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122588990 ...