A declaration how the King of England may support & increase his annuall revenues, being collected out of the records of the Tower, the Parliament Rolls, and the Close Rolls and Close Petitions : manuscript (Book, 1650) [WorldCat.org]
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A declaration how the King of England may support & increase his annuall revenues, being collected out of the records of the Tower, the Parliament Rolls, and the Close Rolls and Close Petitions : manuscript

Author: Robert Cotton, Sir; William Noy; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
Publisher: England, between 1650? and 1699?
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Early works to 1800 Manuscripts
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Cotton, Sir; William Noy; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
OCLC Number: 668088222
Notes: Title and statement of responsibility transcribed from title page.
One of many copies of Sir Robert Cotton's text that circulated in manuscript (CELM CtR 272-315). One other (CELM CtR 300) is known also to have been misattributed to William Noy.
Printed with differences as A treatise of the rights of the Crown ... by William Noy, Esq., 1715.
Description: [2], 1-49 p.
Other Titles: Treatise of the rights of the Crown
Responsibility: by William Noy Esqr. and then Attorney General, an[n]o xmo. Caroli Primi Regis Angliae.

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