Another copy of Treatises 74 (2). Includes, 'Whether it be our Arguinge or your Answeringe that is laxe, declamatory, pedanticke, and whether your confident in puttinge arise from your advantages or infirmity of mind, and want of matter for more pertinent answers are questions that wee shall leave to impartiall judghes.’
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/408
- Alternative Id.GB 58 Egerton ff 38-39
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises viii.288 Treatises xxii.362
- Dates of Creation1600-1699
- Physical DescriptionFacsimiles, vol. I, ff 75-78. Additional pagination pp. 87-122
Scope and Content
Another copy of DWL/RB/1/107.
Other Finding Aids
Argent / Black xxii.362; Thomas p.10; British Library, Egerton ff 38-39 (being the original)
Rel. ii. 350-354. Ends on Rel. ii. 354, par. 3.