[Letter and document] / James R.

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James, Prince of Wales, 1688-1766. [Letter and document] / James R.

[Letter and document] / James R.

Letter, [16]88 Jul. 31, Rome [to] Sir Rich. Bulstrode. Unsigned letter concerning the celebrations in Rome of the birth of James, Prince of Wales on 10 Jun. 1688 to James II of England and Mary of Modena. The description of the festivities took place on July 25 and the two following days and nights. -- Document, 1743 Jun. 6, Albano, [Italy]. The document confers a rank of nobility on Dougal Stewart of Appin. Signed, James R and has his seal.

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Bulstrode, Richard, Sir, 1610-1711

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Stewart, Dugald, 1674-1753

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