[Commonplace book], [ca. 1558-1605?] | Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Commonplace book, containing chiefly legal matter, including transcripts of legal documents.
Notes on the office of justice of the peace; documents concerning the estate of Thomas Talbot of Bashall, Yorkshire; documents concerning John Osbaldestone and Edmonde Smoulte of Lancaster; two orations on the Queen's marriage, by the Lord Keeper; two letters to the Queen, one from Anthony Babington and the other from Fra. Throgmorton (Throckmorton); two letters, with medical advice, from Mr. Haldswoorthe "upon the sighte of my water," etc.
Origin: Written in England during the reign of Elizabeth and the beginning of the reign of James I.
Provenance: Sir Thomas Phillipps (Ms. 10406) -- Purchased from Dobell, 1941.
Former shelfmark: Ms. 10406 (Phillipps).
Faye & Bond. Provisional record based on De Ricci (suppl.)