British Library, Additional MS 48063
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'A Declaration How the Kings of England have from Time to Time Supported and Repaired their Estates, Collected out of the Records of the Tower' by Sir Robert Cotton
'A Letter Written by the Lords of the Council to King James Touching Means to Advance the King’s Revenue by Unusual Means' by Privy Council
'Opinion of the Ancient Doctors of the Law, Whether it be Lawful for a Prince, whose Subject is wronged by a Foreign Prince, to Licence his Subject to Detain the Body and Goods of that Prince's Subject, which Wrongeth'
'Letter to Coke in the Time of His Trouble'
'An Answer to Certain Arguments (Raised From Supposed Antiquity, and Practice), by Some Members of the Lower House of Parliament to Prove that Ecclesiastical Laws Ought to be Enacted by Temporal Men' by Sir Robert Cotton
History: Dated 1626 on final leaf
'Book of Observations' by John Keymer