|Final Concord of 1584 (British Library, add. charter 70729). All images by permission of the British Library.|
|This is a fairly horrible document ot read, but if you are really into final concords, you might try a complete transcript. Go to the text page, Use a pen and paper. Then compare it against ours. You may even be able to do a better job than we did.|
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