Manuscripts from England > Two small unrelated vellum fragments, both apparently from formal documents, the larger fragment mentioning the name of a deceased John Buzzard, and the smaller apparently referring to the sixth year of James (?VI and I; that is, 1572 or 1608)

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Two small unrelated vellum fragments, both apparently from formal documents, the larger fragment mentioning the name of a deceased John Buzzard, and the smaller apparently referring to the sixth year of James (?VI and I; that is, 1572 or 1608)
DescriptionTwo early-17th-century fragments of documents, probably written in England. The fragments were recovered from a composite volume of works by Martin Luther (pressmark L.157.h.3) beginning with his 'Enarratio in tres Prophetas' (Argentorati [Strasbourg], 1536).
ShelfmarkAdv.MS.84.1.24
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