Catalog Record: William Stafford's compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our countrymen in these our dayes, A.D. 1581, (otherwise calld "A briefe conceipt of English pollicy") | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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William Stafford's compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our countrymen in these our dayes, A.D. 1581, (otherwise calld "A briefe conceipt of English pollicy") / with an introduction by Frederic D. Matthew ; edited by Frederick J. Furnivall.

Related Names: Furnivall, Frederick James 1825-1910., Matthew, F. D. 1838-1918., Hales, John 1584-1656., Stafford, William 1554-1612.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Publisht for the New Shakspere Society by N. Trübner, 1876.
Subjects: Economic history.
Great Britain.
Great Britain > History > Edward VI, 1547-1553.
Great Britain > Economic conditions > 16th century.
History.
Note: Attributed to William Stafford and others, but more probably written by John Hales.
Includes index.
Reprint of edition published: London: Imprinted by Thomas Marshe, 1581.
Includes reproduction of original title page.
Spine title may not be original spine title.
Spine title: Stafford's examination.
Physical Description: xx, 114 pages ; 25 cm.
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