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William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
1593
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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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William Reynolds
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William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
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Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 81r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 81 verso

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 81v

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 82 recto

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 82r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 82 verso

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 82v

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 83 recto

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 83r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 84 recto

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 84r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 85 recto

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 85r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 85 verso

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

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The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 85v

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 86 recto

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

Terms of use
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

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Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 86r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 86 verso

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

Terms of use
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

Document-specific information
Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 86v

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 87 recto

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

Terms of use
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

Document-specific information
Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 87r

Lansdowne MS 99/31, folio 87 verso

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From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

Terms of use
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

Document-specific information
Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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Item Creator
William Reynolds
Item Title
William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Item Date
1593
Repository
The British Library, London, UK
Call Number
Lansdowne MS 99/31, fol. 87v

Institution Rights and Document Citation

 

From the collections of: THE BRITISH LIBRARY

Terms of use
The British Library has graciously contributed the above images to Shakespeare Documented under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark.

Copyright status of the manuscript and unpublished Materials: The 1988 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (as amended) states that unpublished literary and artistic works remain in copyright in the UK until at least 31 December 2039. Therefore important parts of the library’s collection remain in copyright, including very old manuscripts. However for unpublished material created many centuries ago and in the public domain in most other countries, the Library believes this material to be very unlikely to offend anyone. As an institution whose role it is to support access to knowledge, we have therefore taken the decision to release certain digitised images technically still in copyright in the UK under the Public Domain Mark.

Document-specific information
Creator: William Reynolds
Title: William Renolds's most impudent, abusive, and nearly treasonable letter to the Queen; with two others to the Lords of the Council, and to the Citizens of London; reviling them all in most scurrilous terms, such as only absolute madness can excuse
Date: 1593
Repository: The British Library, London, UK
Call number and opening: Lansdowne MS 99/31, fols. 81r-87v
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