Notes of readings on tithes, Early seventeenth century
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At the conclusion appears 'This last speech being ended, Mr Attorney Generall Sr Robert Heath being then present, answered the same, and was pleased in the name of the whole house to honour the reader much .... Trinioni deo gloria in æternum. John Wylde’. Sir Robert Heath was appointed Attorney-General in 1625.
- Early seventeenth century
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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 167 leaves.
Formerly owned by John Wylde (or Wilde), chief baron of exchequer. In the Library by 1856.