The second volume of the remains of thf [sic] most reverend father in God, and blessed martyr, William Laud :
Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury. Written by himself. Collected by the late learned Mr. Henry Wharton, and published according to his request by the reverend Mr. Edmund Wharton, his father.
|Main Creator:||Laud, William, 1573-1645.|
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London : printed for Sam. Keble at the Turk's-head in Fleet-street, Dan. Brown without Temple-Bar, Will. Hensman in Westminster-Hall, Matt. Wotton near the Inner-Temple Gate, and R. Knaplock at the Angel in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1700.
The first volume, published by Richard Chiswell in 1695, was entitled: The history of the troubles and tryal of the most reverend father in God and blessed martyr, William Laud,.
Divisional title page on leaf A1r: An historical account of all material transactions relating to the University of Oxford, from Arch-Bishop Laud's being elected Chancellor to his resignation of that office. Written by himself.
"An ansvver to the speech of the right honourable William Lord Viscount Say and Seal," (divisional title page) has separate pagination and register.
Divisional title page on leaf ²P3r: A speech delivered in the Star-Chamber, on Wednesday the fourteenth of June, 1637. ... .
Bound with foregoing. An answer to the speech of the Right Honourable William Lord Viscount Say and Seal, &c., spoken in Parliament upon the bill about Bishop's power in civil affairs, and courts of juridicature, Anno 1641. London : Sam. Keble, Don. Brown, Will. Hensman, Matt. Wotton, and R. Knaplock, 1700.
Physical description: , 32, 41-104, 121-159, 170-182, 173-217, , 84 p. ; small and fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), L596
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