Autograph manuscript by Milles supplementing his For Christian kings and kingdomes, with which it is bound. Contains a number of autograph interlineal insertions and marginal annotations in pencil and ink. With a prefatory letter of dedication signed from Milles to Sir George Calvert, principal Secretary of State, dated Canterbury, 1622
Bound third with Icones sive exactae et artificiosae delineationes praecipuarum rerum ac historiarum and For Christian kings and kingdomes
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Armorial bookplate (motto: "Sapere aude") of the Earls of Macclesfield's "North Library" at Shirburn Castle, shelfmark 121.I.23
Bound in half [calf?] stained green over cloth, with binder's ticket: "Hatton, Binder, Manchester," and red spine label, partly missing, "Tracts of America (Derby, P. I0) trades &c."
Acquired from Maggs Bros. in 2006
Also known as
Extended title: A marginall note vpon the worde (almost) in the text of [th]e synopsis touchinge bullion myntes and money at free-staples 1622?
Alternate titles: Marginall note upon the worde (almost) in the text of the synopsis touchinge bullion myntes and money at free-staples, Marginal note upon the word (almost) in the text of the synopsis touching bullion, mints and money at free-staples