Elizabethan Embezzler and Shakespeare?

The autograph of Richard Stonley, an important figure in Elizabeth I's Treasury, appears in a newly-printed copy of one of Shakespeare's works in 1593.

By the end of the 1590s, Stonley was convicted of embezzling the equivalent of several million pounds and was jailed in Fleet Prison.  His property was put up for sale to help pay back the debt and an inventory was taken.  Some of those documents reside in the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., and some at the National Archives at Kew.  

Eleven of the treatises are medical or health texts, listed in the article with a link to view them in the Special Collections at the University of Glasgow.