Aurum reginŠ; or A compendious tractate, and chronological collection of records in the Tower, and Court of Exchequer concerning queen-gold

Publication Date1668
Remainderevidencing the quiddity, quantity, quality, antiquity, legality of this golden prerogative, duty and revenue of the queen-consorts o England. The several oblations, fines out of which it springs both in England and Ireland; the Queens officers in the Exchequer to receive, collect, account to her for it, with their patents; ... With an addition of some records concerning our royal mines of gold and silver, and four patents of K. Henry the 6. by authority of Parliament, for finding the philosophers stone, to transubstantiate baser metals into solid real gold and silver, to satisfie all the creditors of the King and kingdom in few years space. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns-Inne, Keeper of his Majesties record in the Tower of London
Extent[8], 138, [2] p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for the author by Thomas Ratcliffe, and are to be sold by Edward Thomas at the Adam and Eve in Little-Britain, and Josias Robinson at Lincolns-Inne Gate

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