The History of the Manuscript
This chapter traces the movement of the manuscript from the papers of John Milton, shortly after his death, to the United Provinces and back to London, where it was confiscated by Sir Joseph Williamson. It considers carefully the role of Daniel Skinner in those transactions, and the role of Jeremie Picard as Milton's amanuensis.
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