Three English Documents: 1597, 1667, and 1680. Including a bond for the performance of a covenant from Edmund Goodheir to Robert Doughty, manuscript parchment document from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, dated 1596/7, executed in Ovendon, England, with old folds, lacking seals; a deed dated 1667 between William Bradshaw and Edward Coffin on parchment, lacking seals, old folds; and a typographical broadside printed on paper from the reign of Charles II: By the King. A Proclamation for Incouragement of the Further Discovery of the Popish Plot, London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680, folio, mounted. (3)
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