Illustrations Of British History, Biography, And Manners: In The Reigns Of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth, And James I, Exhibited In A Series Of Original Papers, Selected From The Manuscripts Of The Noble Families Of Howard, Talbot, And Cecil; Containing, Among a Variety of Interesting Pieces, a Great Part of the Correspondence of Elizabeth, And Her Ministers, With George, The Sixth Earl Of Shrewsbury, During the Fifteen Years in which Mary Queen Of Scots Remained in His Custody: With Numerous Notes And Observations, Volume 3
Nicol, 1791 - 404 pages
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