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Basilikon doron. Or His Maiesties instructions to his dearest sonne, Henry the prince
London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Iohn Norton, according to the copie printed at Edenburgh, 1603. 8vo. [36], 128, 149-154, [2] pp. Woodcut Royal arms on the title. 3pp. 19th century manuscript transcription of King James's inscription to Prince Henry from his copy in the British Museum, on the front blanks. Dampstaining extending from the lower gutter margin throughout. Lacks the preliminary blank and the blank leaf following the Epistle. Nineteenth century calf, rebacked, marbled endpapers (worn)James I treatise asserting his divine right to rule.First printed privately by the King in 1599, the present edition followed to be circulated among the masses. Apparently the demand for this book was such that Norton had it printed by several printers, including those who appear on the various title pages of the Norton editions and the Eliots Court Press. The present issue printed by Kyngston for Norton and with the King's woodcut arms on the title.ESTC S107536.
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