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Historical collections of private passages of state. : Weighty matters in law. Remarkable proceedings in five Parliaments. Beginning the sixteenth year of King James, anno 1618. And ending the fifth year of King Charls, anno 1629.

Author: John RushworthPeter StentJames AstwoodRobert BoulterDouglass AdairAll authors
Publisher: London, : Printed by J.A. [i.e. James Astwood] for Robert Boulter a the Turks-head in Cornhill, 1682.
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Rushworth; Peter Stent; James Astwood; Robert Boulter; Douglass Adair; Charles, King of England; Francis Bacon Library,
OCLC Number: 43295459
Notes: Text and register continuous despite pagination.
Plates include an engraved frontispiece portrait of James I; portrait of Charles I signed: "P. Stent excudit."
Printer's name from Wing CD-ROM.
The words "Private ... Parliaments." are bracketed together on title page.
Part 1 of 4; each part was published separately; Part 1 originally published in 1659 (Wing R2316; R2316A); Part 2 (covering years 1629-1640) in 1680 (Wing R2318); Part 3 (1640-1644) in 1692 (Wing R2319); Part 4 (1645-1648) in 1701 (ESTC (RLIN) N033540); a collected edition was published in 1721-22 (ESTC (RLIN) N033525; N033526).
Title page ornament (publisher's device?): Turk's head.
Includes index: p. [2]-[17] at end.
"Appendix. His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, of the causes which moved him to dissolve the last Parliament, March 10. 1628." (caption title) has separate pagination and register.
Head- and tail-pieces; initials.
Description: [12], 230, 235-238, 235-691, [1], 56, 55-57, [17] p., [3] leaves of plates : ports. (metal cuts) ; 32 cm. (fol.)
Other Titles: Historical collections.
Rushworth's Historical Collections.
Responsibility: Digested in order of time, and now published by John Rushworth of Lincolns-Inn, Esq.

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