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charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England and dominion of Wales ....

Lazarus Haward

charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England and dominion of Wales ....

by Lazarus Haward

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Published by for M. Wright in London .
Written in English


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Reference: Wing H1164.

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The charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England and dominion of Wales: with the several officers of His Majesties courts, customs, households, houses, castles, towns of war, forts, bulwarks, forrests, parks, chases, with their several fees and allowances according to the ancient establishment of the kingdom: and also the valuation of the bishops and deanes lands with the tenths paid out of the.

The charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England and dominion of Wales: with the severall officers of His Majesties courts, customes, housholds, houses, castles, townes of war, forts, bulwarks, forrests, parks, chases, with their severall fees and allowances, according to the ancient establishment of the kingdome: and also the valuation of the bishops and deanes lands, with the.

The charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England and dominion of Wales: with the severall officers of His Majesties courts, customes, housholds, houses, castles, townes of war, forts, bulwarks, forrests, parks, chases, with their severall fees and allowances, according to the ancient establishment of the kingdome: and also the valuation of the bishops and deanes lands, with the.

The charges issuing forth of the crown revenue of England, and dominion of VVales.: With the severall officers of His Majesties courts, customes, housholds, houses, castles, townes of war, forts, bulwarks, forrests, parks, chases, with their severall fees and allowances, according to the ancient establishment of the kingdome.

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