First line of work: Nature in all things intends perfection, in some excellence w[hi]ch shewes the Bewty best hidden, that seemes not only it selfe but the Muske [sic] supernaturall
Allusion to Hamlet on leaf 27r: "soe farr is death from being held an evill to perfect resoluc[i]ons as the Revengfull Dane in the Tragedie would not take his Vncles Life while hee made his devotions . . ."
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Copy in scribal secretary hand; stab-sewn with paper cover
Possibly by Sir Thomas Browne
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Formerly Folger MS Add 672