Customal of Kent, translation and original in alternate lines: page 416-427
Colophon: Imprinted at London by Henrie Middleton, for Rafe Newbery dwelling in Fleetstreate a litle aboue the conduite. Anno Domini 1576
Signatures: [par.]-2[par.]⁴ A-G⁴ H⁴(H1+[superscript chi]H2) I-3H⁴ 3I²; 2[par.]3, 2D2, 2L3, 2S2, and 2T3 missigned '2[par.]2', 'Dii', 'Kkij', 'Sij', and 'Tiii' respectively
With an engraved map "Angliae Heptarchia", leaf 2[par.]4
Two settings of 3I are known to exist. In one, page 433 (3I1r) has "Quinborow" and "Religious houses in Kent. and their values." Another has "Quinborowe" and "Religious houses in Kent, and theyr values."
Curatorial file available
Leaf [superscript chi]H2 contains "The names of the Kentish writers."
Errata: pages 2[par.]3v-2[par.]4r
Imperfect: wanting leaves 2M4-2O1 and 2R4; missing text supplied in manuscript in a later hand. State with "Quinborow" and "Religious houses in Kent. and their values." Autograph: liber Rogeri Thomas, 3s. Numerous contemporary manuscript annotations (particularly pertaining to legal matters), corrections, augmentations, underlining, manicules. Armorial bookplate (motto: Stet fortuna nostra): Robert Innes-Smith. Trimmed, with some shaving of marginalia and headlines. The engraved map is struck on both recto and verso. Leaf 2Y3 misbound before 2Y2; gathering 2H misbound between 2F and 2G. In early leather binding (mottled calf?), rebacked. Acquired from Arthur Freeman, 2014-09-18
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Extended title: A perambulation of Kent : conteining the description, hystorie, and customes of that shyre / collected and written (for the most part) in the year 1570 by William Lambard of Lincolnes Inne gent., and nowe increased by the addition of some things which the authour him selfe hath obserued since that time