REGISTER of correspondence between Sir Thomas Parry, Ambassador to France, and Sir Robert Cecil, Secretary of State; 11 Aug. 1602-Dec. 1603. The last dated letter is followed by another letter, which breaks off imperfectly at the bottom of the last p... 11 Aug 1602-Dec 1603

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REGISTER of correspondence between Sir Thomas Parry, Ambassador to France, and Sir Robert Cecil, Secretary of State; 11 Aug. 1602-Dec. 1603. The last dated letter is followed by another letter, which breaks off imperfectly at the bottom of the last p...

REGISTER of correspondence between Sir Thomas Parry, Ambassador to France, and Sir Robert Cecil, Secretary of State; 11 Aug. 1602-Dec. 1603. The last dated letter is followed by another letter, which breaks off imperfectly at the bottom of the last p... 11 Aug 1602-Dec 1603

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