Title: A catalogue of the manuscripts of the Right Honourable and Right Worshipful Sir Julius Caesar, Knight, Judge of the Admiralty, and one of the Masters of the Court of Requests in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; and in the Reign of King James I. Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, Master of the Rolls, and one of his Majesty's most honourable Privy Council. Consisting of a great Variety of authentic Records, Original Letters, and Papers of State, relating to the High Courts of Parliament, Exchequer, Chancery, Star-Chamber, Admiralty and Requests; ... the last planting of Virginia, the Tobacco Trade, &c. &c. Original Letters in the Handwriting of King James I. the Lords High Treasurers Burleigh, Buckhurst, Dorset, Salisbury, Suffolk, Southampton; the Lords High Admirals Howard Nottingham &c. &c. the Lords High Chancellors Hatton, Ellesmere. Verulam; the Archbishops of Canterbury, and York; the Dukes of Lenox and Buckingham; the Earls of Cumberland, Rutland, Lincoln, Leicester, Essex, Worcester, Sussex, Devon, Huntingdon, Holland, Kent, Ormond, Shrewsbury, Hertford, Bedford, Warwick, Clanrickard, &c. &c. Sir Francis Walsingham, Sir John Perrot, Sir Francis Drake, Sir Edward Coke, Sir John Hobart; with many, many more Lords, Ladies, Knights, &c. &c. as also of several foreign Princes, Ministers, Ambassadors, &c. &c. Treaties of Peace, &c. Genealogies of great Houses, Treatises on the History, Laws, &c. of these Realms. With Variety of other Matters, too tedious to enumerate; the whole tending to illustrate our History during those Reigns. Which will be sold by auction. At St. Paul's Coffee-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard, on Wednesday 23d and Thursday 24th of November 1757, to begin each Evening precisely at Six O'Clock. The Manuscripts may be viewed on Saturday 22d of October, and every Day after, (sundays excepted) to the Time of Sale.