E. 1. Richard Carew of Anthony to John Dunbarre; Anthony [co. Cornwall], 3 Apr. 1615. Lat. Signed. f. 13. 2. William Combe to Mrs. Swinney; Lambeth Road, 5 Dec. 1816, 20 Aug. 1821, ff. 14, 17. 3. G[eorge] Fitz Clarence [natural son of William IV.] to... 3 Apr 1615-10 Jul 1830

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E. 1. Richard Carew of Anthony to John Dunbarre; Anthony [co. Cornwall], 3 Apr. 1615. Lat. Signed. f. 13. 2. William Combe to Mrs. Swinney; Lambeth Road, 5 Dec. 1816, 20 Aug. 1821, ff. 14, 17. 3. G[eorge] Fitz Clarence [natural son of William IV.] to...

E. 1. Richard Carew of Anthony to John Dunbarre; Anthony [co. Cornwall], 3 Apr. 1615. Lat. Signed. f. 13. 2. William Combe to Mrs. Swinney; Lambeth Road, 5 Dec. 1816, 20 Aug. 1821, ff. 14, 17. 3. G[eorge] Fitz Clarence [natural son of William IV.] to... 3 Apr 1615-10 Jul 1830

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