A collection of the state papers of John Thurloe, Esq., secretary, first, to the Council of State, and afterwards to the two protectors, Oliver and Richard Cromwell: in seven volumes : containing authentic memorials of the English affairs from the year 1638, to the restoration of King Charles II., ... the whole digested into an exact order of time, to which is prefixed the life of Mr. Thurloe, with a complete index to each volume. Containing papers from the year MDCXXXVIII to MDCLIII, Volume 1
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