Hill on tenures, ca. 1612.


Hill on tenures, ca. 1612.

Contains 'Of tenures, touchinge his majestie's prerogative royall... lately perused and amended by Sir John Davies, knight etc." With a dedication to Robert, earl of Salisbury, Master of the Wards, signed by Robert Hill. The dedication fixes the date between 1605 and 1612.

1 v. (140 p.) ; 37 cm.

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