Document signed : Oxford, to Sir Richard Browne, 1644 Jan. 15.

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Document signed : Oxford, to Sir Richard Browne, 1644 Jan. 15.

Document signed : Oxford, to Sir Richard Browne, 1644 Jan. 15.

Asking him to intercede on the behalf of James Strode with the "French King" who has confiscated the latter's property, thinking him hostile to Charles when in fact his loyalty in not in question.

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