|Creator:||Selden, John, 1584-1654|
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Includes alphabetized table of contents.
Armorial bookplate of Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale.
Binding: contemporary full leather.
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9 preliminary leaves, front and back, some lined but otherwise blank, not digitized.
Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, consisting of aphorisms, axioms, and pithy commentary on such subjects as "Wisdom, "Money," "Retalliation," and "Parliament." Prefaced by a dedication to Lord Chief Justice Matthew Hale, Edward Heywood, John Vaughan, and Rowland Jenkes, signed by Selden's secretary Richard Milward, who "had the opportunity to hear his discourse twenty years together."
1 v. (164 p.) ; 24 x 19 cm.
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