A Briefe Abstract of the Question of Precedencie Between England and Spaine

COTTON, Robert

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  • Date Published: 1651
  • Place Published: London
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  • Condition: Good
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  • Details:
    75-107; 11-57 p. 17 cm. Title vignette, head and tail-pieces. Original wraps. Ink notes on title pages, some foxing and pencil in margins, rough edges on a few pages. 2. Torn lower corner p. 93, dirt on p.98. 4. Dampness stains 17-33. The Cotton collection was the largest private manuscript collection of its time, exceeding even the Royal library. This booklet contains excerpts from four of his works on royalty, the other titles being: "A Remonstrance of the Treaties of Amitie and Marriage Before Time, and of Late, of the House of Austria and Spaine, with the Kings of England, to Advance Themselves to the Monarchy of Europe," "That the Kings of England Have Been Pleased Usually to Consult with their Peeres in the Great Councell, and Commons in Parliament, of Marriage, Peace, and Warre, " "That the Soveraignes Person is Required in the Great Covncelles, or Assemblies of the State, as well at the Consultations as at the Conclusions."

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