A Very rich lotterie generall, vvithout any blanckes : contayning a great number of good prices, as wel of redy money as of plate and certaine costs of marchaundizes, hauing ben valued and priced by the commaundment of the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie, by men expert and skilfull : and the same lotterie is erected by Hir Maiesties order, to the intent that suche commoditie as may chaunce to arise thereof after the charges borne, may be conuerted towardes the reparation of the hauens, and strength of the realme, and towardes such other publique good workes : the number of lots shall be foure hundreth thousand, and no moe, and euery lot shall be the summe of tenne shillings sterling onely, and no more.
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Imprinted at London in Pater noster Rowe, by Henrie Bynneman,
|Series:||Early English Books, 1475-1640
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