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Tracts of America trades &c. 1619-1625.

Author: Johann Theodor de BryTho MillesJames, King of EnglandGeorge Calvert Baltimore, BaronHattonAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Contains (1) Icones sive exactae et artificiosae delineationes praecipuarum rerum ac historiarum ..., a section from Johann Theodor de Bry's Americae pars decima (Oppenheimii, 1619) followed by two tracts by Thomas Milles. (2) is a printed tract entitled For Christian kings and kingdomes, for the kings of Great-Britaine, for King Iames, and his posteritie ... (title continues in author's hand: "touching money,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Annotations (Provenance)
Manuscripts
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Johann Theodor de Bry; Tho Milles; James, King of England; George Calvert Baltimore, Baron; Hatton; Macclesfield, Earls of
OCLC Number: 853683757
Notes: Title derived from spine title.
Description: 1 v.

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Contains (1) Icones sive exactae et artificiosae delineationes praecipuarum rerum ac historiarum ..., a section from Johann Theodor de Bry's Americae pars decima (Oppenheimii, 1619) followed by two tracts by Thomas Milles. (2) is a printed tract entitled For Christian kings and kingdomes, for the kings of Great-Britaine, for King Iames, and his posteritie ... (title continues in author's hand: "touching money, mintes and bullion at free-staples"), prefaced by a manuscript dedication to "Sacred Majesty" (i.e. James I) and containing numerous corrections and annotations by the author. (3) is a manuscript consisting of a dedication to Sir George Calvert, dated May 1622, and commentary by Milles with the caption title "A marginall note vpon the worde (Almost) in the text of [th]e synopsis touchinge bullion, myntes and money at free-staples" (a reference to text on p. [5] of the printed work)

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