An Appeal To Caesar Wherein Gold And Silver Is Proved To Be The Kings Majesties Royal Commodity, Which No Person Of What Degree Soever But The Kings ... To Transport Either Gold Or Silver (1662).pdf
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Publisher: EEBO Editions, ProQuest (23 Nov. 2010)
By: Thomas Violet (Author)
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An appeal to Caesar wherein gold and silver is proved to be the Kings Majesties royal commodity, which no person of what degree soever but the Kings Majestie and his Privy Councel, can give licence to transport either gold or silver
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662.
'Humbly presented to His Most Sacred Majestie, and his most honourable Privy Councel, in opposition to some merchants who are endeavouring, upon feigned pretences, to dispossesse His Majestie of this royal trust ... '
1 leaf of illus. inserted between p. 24-25.
Numerous errors in paging.
This item can be found at reels 881:8 and 1391:10.
47 [i.e. 57], (1) p. :
London : [s.n.], 1662.
Wing / V580A
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