Verbum sapienti, [ca. 1685].


Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. Verbum sapienti, [ca. 1685].

Verbum sapienti, [ca. 1685].

Manuscript on paper, in an Italic hand, of Petty's economic treatise Verbum Sapienti, or an Account of the Wealth and Expenses of England... (1665). Bound with: 1) "Argument in the Case of the East India Companie and Captain Sandis in the King's Bench Michaelmas 1684. By Mr. Finch, His Majesties Sollicitor General;" 2) "Argument in the Case of the East India Companie and Captain Sandis in the Kings Bench Michaelmas 1684. By Sir Robert Sawyer, His Majesties Attorny General."

1 v. (177 p., in vol.) ; 37 x 20 cm.

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