|Title:||An excellent letter from John Basire doctor of lavvs, to his son Isaac Basire:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An excellent letter from John Basire doctor of lavvs, to his son Isaac Basire:
Basire, John., Basier, Isaac, 1607-1676.
In the Savoy [London]: printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1669.
Conduct of life
A true Copy of an EXCELLENT LETTER From his Dear Father John Basire, Doctor of Laws, and Advocate in the Parlia∣ment of Rouen in France, written to his Son, (being the a Scholar of the Famous School of Erasmus at Rotterdam in Holland:) dated the 8th of December 1623. (the Original whereof the Son keeps as a Jewel, preserved by provi∣dence, above 45 years:) and at the earnest de∣sire of some godly and learned Friends, faith∣fully tradslated out of French Into English by Isaac Basire (his unworth y Son) now D. D. and Archdeacon of Northumberland.