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book #79715
Noy, William
A Treatise of the Rights of the Crown. Declaring, How the King of England may Support and Increase his Annual Revenues. Collected out of the Records in the Tower, the Parliament Rolls, and Close Petitions, Anno X Car. Regis. 1634 [etc.]
Printed by B. Lintott and E. Curll in Fleetstreet, London, 1715.
First edition of one of Noy's "thoughtful and important works on the law", written while he was Charles I's attorney general, yet leading to his great unpopularity, as he sought to increase royal revenues via forest fines, monopolies, and shipmoney
Contemporary unlettered calf, lightly rubbed, else especially clean and crisp, with both the Lintot and the Curll advertising leaves; the Taussig copy
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$ 1250.00
English constitutional law, Natural Resources, Anti-trust

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