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      • Giuen at our court at White-Hall, the thirtieth day of May, in the first yeere of our reigne of Great Britaine, France and Ireland.--P. [2].Formerly STC 8784; reprints STC 8783.--Cf. STC (2nd ed.).Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.STC (2nd ed.) 8983.5.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1983. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1775:34)

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Thy distant and involuntary admiration of the fair Guli needs, however, no excuse. To summarize Table 6, the weight analysis of the small St.

by Edward Almack, also contrib. This source would have had a listing of the specific mint expenses incurred by the Commonwealth. All which Premises his Majesty hath thought meet to notify to all manner of his Subjects of what estate soever, strictly charging and commanding them, to observe, and perform, and accomplish all that hereunto belonged, as it is certainly promised to be published on the French King's side, the date of these Presents being the Tenth of May, 1619.

Though the money needed most was specie, Cane believed that Rinuccini brought the St. "On the Copper Coins Commonly Called St.

Who's now atop erelong shall feel The circling motion of the wheel! It used the same wording but slightly revised the spelling and punctuation presented in the draft, the final version stated that: "for melting Refyning and Coyning of silver. 5d for this consignment of 564. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649:also by England and Wales.

Indeed, Sanderson began an apprenticeship in the goldsmith trade a year before Hull was born.

Studies on John Hull, the Mint and the Economics of Massachusetts Coinage

Patrick coins, some such examples are presented.by Robert Shiells page images at HathiTrust• Also against exorbitant Fees taken for Proceedings in Courts of Justice at Dublin, greatly to the impoverishment of the People. An Instrument in Writing was on the 27 th of March drawn up, declaring the death of King JAMES, and that by his Decease, the Imperial Crowns of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, are rightfully come to the High and Mighty Prince CHARLES: Which Writing was in the first place signed by John Gore, then Lord Mayor of London; After him by George Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury; John Lord Bishop of Lincoln, Keeper of the Great Seal of England; then by the Lords Temporal, and such other Nobility and Gentry as appeared together at that time.