From BBC News:
A rare Jacobean manuscript of a play about women's liberation, which was found in a trunk at a castle, is expected to fetch £90,000 at auction.
The unknown play by Lord Edward Herbert was found during a valuation by auctioneers Bonhams at Powis Castle in Welshpool, Powys.
It is believed the play was to have been performed before James I and his court in 1618, but it was cancelled.
The manuscript of the play, called The Amazon, includes crossings out.
Bonhams said the play was about women's liberation, and "how well women would do without men" and "how useful divorce is".