Speeches made in the Long Parliament, 1640-41 : manuscript, [1641?].

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Masson, David, 1822-1907. Speeches made in the Long Parliament, 1640-41 : manuscript, [1641?].

Speeches made in the Long Parliament, 1640-41 : manuscript, [1641?].

A contemporary scribe's copies of summaries of 17 speeches delivered in the Long Parliament, most from November 1640 to February 1641. Also included: an essay on the Roman Catholic Church; and a letter from David Masson to Edward Dowden which refers to the codex.

1 v. ; 21 x 16 cm.

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