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A book of extracts

A manuscript containing various extracts, with copious information concerning their souces. The extracts include material from Henry Salesbury's Grammar as printed by T. Salesbury in 1593 (pp. 55-70) and extracts from Greek, Latin and English writers (pp. 71-110); the manuscript also contains a copy of a letter from Sir William Boswell to Archbishop William Laud taken from the Cotton MSS (p. 34); an account of Edmwnd Prys (p. 133); and an account of Edward Richard of Ystrad Meurig (pp. 134-136).

Salesbury, Henry, 1561-1637?

Extracts from the work of William Laud

  • NLW MS 6676B
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  • [late 17 cent.]

Extracts, in a late 17th century hand, from the answers of William Laud (1573-1645), then bishop of St Davids, in a controversy with John [Fisher] Percy (1569-1641), a Jesuit, in 1622. The answers were originally printed pseudonymously but were later issued in Archbishop Laud's name.

Laud, William, 1573-1645