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|While there are a couple of standard abbreviations here, others appear to be ad hoc constructions to make the text fit into the space provided. This looks a little strange on such a sumptuously produced document.|
|Abstract of Agreement, 1500, British Library, Harley 1498, f.76. All images by permission of the British Library.|
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