Booke called the Treasure for traveiler

TitleBooke called the Treasure for traveiler
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1578
AuthorsBourne W
CityLondon
LibrarySenate House University of London
BindingBound in calf with stamp 2 in gold on both covers
SignatureNote in Augustus De Morgan’s hand on William Bourne, dated: April 15 1863.
Other Provenance InformationBought by De Morgan at J.O.Halliwell-Phillipps’ sale
Call NumberDe M Lº [Bourne] SR
Stamp(s): 
Unidentified Stamp
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A chevron cotised between three annulets a crescent for difference (unidentified) 2 &3. A chevron engrailed between three cats heads erased gardant (Beauchatt) Crest A cat's head erased gardant crowned Helmet of an Esquire Initials W B
Possibilities for Identification: 
These are not the arms of William Bourne, the mathematician, portreeve and innholder of Gravesend, who died in 1583. The second and third quarters seem to be the arms of Beauchatt. The crest would also seem to be that of Beauchatt. It is possible that the unidentified and Beauchatt quarters are reversed, making the owner of this stamp W. Beauchatt. Papworth lists 27 instances of the 1st quarter, but only one, Boffrey, begins with B.
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