''The Bloudstone'', Treatise divine right, probably Thomas Comber
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1 volume, treatise on divine right of kings, paper, written in one hand throughout, italic with some secretary hand features, probably 1625, bound in contemporary doe- skin by Daniel Boyse of Cambridge (his blind-stamp of a pheasant, now mostly obliterated, in the centre of each board). Ownership inscription 'J. Leigh Jun. 1746'.
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