Speeches in the Parliament : manuscript, 1628.

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England and Wales. Parliament. Speeches in the Parliament : manuscript, 1628.

Speeches in the Parliament : manuscript, 1628.

Speeches made by King Charles I, Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, Francis Seymour, the Duke of Buckingham, Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord Keeper, Sir Benjamin Rudyerd, and others, with letters (read before Parliament), petitions, and remonstrances.

1 v. (310 leaves) ; 29 cm.

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