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
Manuscript notes: a few notes in margins; some manuscript corrections and page numbers corrected in ink. Red goatskin binding, gold-tooled; lettered in gilt on front cover: 'Lambarde First Edition 1576'; signed by L. Broga (?). Provenance: inscriptions: on t.p.: 'Thomas Chapman'; and on 2I2v: 'John Ffowle' [Fowles]; pasted to front fly-leaf is a clipping from dealer's catalogue (item no. 59) which describes a copy of this edition; bookplate of Henry White (motto 'praesto et persto'); Sotheby sale of White library, 21 April-2 May 1902:1313
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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