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John Donne patron of St. Bennets Grace Church London, Richard Burrell & William Gough defendants 1 edition

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John Donne patron of St. Bennets Grace Church London, Richard Burrell & William Gough defendants
the case as it stands vpon the bill of appeals in Chancery.

Published 1630 .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Ms.
Caption title.
Chiefly (beginning on 1b) the "Argument" of R. Burrell's defending counsel (unnamed).
The case concerns payments that according to the plaintiff John Donne (not the poet) ought to have been made to him, by virtue of the statute of 37 Hen. 8, cap. 12, from monies paid to R. Burrell in addition to the amounts designated as rent for the lease in 1612 of his house to W. Gough.
Accessioned in LC in 1944 (LL 5108D1)
Written in England, in a utilitarian cursive, 29 lines to a page, probably all by one scribe.
Watermark: double candlesticks with grape.

Other Titles
Case of John Donne, c. 1630.

Classifications

Library of Congress
KD8747 .D66 1630

The Physical Object

Pagination
16 leaves ;
Number of pages
16

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL745458M
LC Control Number
97138468

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