William Lambarde

A 16th- or 17th-century portrait of Lambarde by an unidentified artist William Lambarde (18 October 1536 – 19 August 1601) was an English antiquarian, writer on legal subjects, and politician. He is particularly remembered as the author of ''A Perambulation of Kent'' (1576), the first English county history; ''Eirenarcha'' (1581), a widely read manual on the office and role of justice of the peace; and ''Archeion'' (completed c.1591, though not published until 1635), a discourse that sought to trace the Anglo-Saxon roots of English common law, prerogative and government. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Lambarde, William
Published 1582
Imprinted by Ra. Newbery and H. Bynneman, by the ass. of R. Tot. and Chr. Bar

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by Lambarde, William
Published 1826
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy

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by Lambarde, William
Published 1596
By Edm. Bollifant

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by Lambarde, William
Published 1576
For Ralphe Nevvberie

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by Lambarde, William
Published 1730
printed for Fletcher Gyles, over-against Gray's-Inn, Holborne

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by Francklyn, Thomas
Published 1756
Printed for A. Linde
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