Receipt from Thomas Howard, Earl of Berkshire, to Sir David Cunningham [manuscript], 1635 March 27.

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Berkshire, Thomas Howard, Earl of, ca. 1590-1669,. Receipt from Thomas Howard, Earl of Berkshire, to Sir David Cunningham [manuscript], 1635 March 27.

Receipt from Thomas Howard, Earl of Berkshire, to Sir David Cunningham [manuscript], 1635 March 27.

Acknowledges receipt of £100 for keeping the royal mares. Signed by Berkshire.

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