Letter: 1871 Apr. 17, 377 Strand, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel. 1871.

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Letter: 1871 Apr. 17, 377 Strand, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel. 1871.

Concerns the intended marriage of Henry VIII with Marie de Guise, and James V's appointment as a Knight of St. Michel.

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Michel, Francisque, 1809-1887

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French archeologist. From the description of Letter : to Albert de Circourt, 1850. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 82588940 ...

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