Fortescutus illustratus, or a commentary on that nervous treatise De Laudibus Legum Angliae, written by Sir John Fortescue Knight, first Lord Chief Justice, after Lord Chancellour to King Henry the Sixth. Which treatise, dedicated to Prince Edward that King's son and heir (whom he attended in his retirement into France, and to whom he loyally and affectionately imparted himself in the virtue and variety of his excellent discourse) Hee purposely wrote to consolidate his princely minde in the love and approbation of the good lawes of England, and of the laudable customs of this native country. The heroique design of whose excellent judgement and loyal addiction to his prince, is humbly endeavoured to be revived, admired, and advanced. (Book, 1663) [WorldCat.org]
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Fortescutus illustratus, or a commentary on that nervous treatise De Laudibus Legum Angliae, written by Sir John Fortescue Knight, first Lord Chief Justice, after Lord Chancellour to King Henry the Sixth. Which treatise, dedicated to Prince Edward that King's son and heir (whom he attended in his retirement into France, and to whom he loyally and affectionately imparted himself in the virtue and variety of his excellent discourse) Hee purposely wrote to consolidate his princely minde in the love and approbation of the good lawes of England, and of the laudable customs of this native country. The heroique design of whose excellent judgement and loyal addiction to his prince, is humbly endeavoured to be revived, admired, and advanced. Preview this item
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Fortescutus illustratus, or a commentary on that nervous treatise De Laudibus Legum Angliae, written by Sir John Fortescue Knight, first Lord Chief Justice, after Lord Chancellour to King Henry the Sixth. Which treatise, dedicated to Prince Edward that King's son and heir (whom he attended in his retirement into France, and to whom he loyally and affectionately imparted himself in the virtue and variety of his excellent discourse) Hee purposely wrote to consolidate his princely minde in the love and approbation of the good lawes of England, and of the laudable customs of this native country. The heroique design of whose excellent judgement and loyal addiction to his prince, is humbly endeavoured to be revived, admired, and advanced.

Author: Edward Waterhouse
Publisher: London, Printed by Tho. Roycroft for Thomas Dicas 1663.
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Named Person: John Fortescue, Sir
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Waterhouse
OCLC Number: 830342279
Description: 10 preliminary leaves, 593, [6] pages frontispiece (portrait) 33 cm
Responsibility: By Edward Waterhous [etc.].

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