Speeches in parliament [manuscript], 1624 February 19-May 19.

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England and Wales. Parliament. Speeches in parliament [manuscript], 1624 February 19-May 19.

Speeches in parliament [manuscript], 1624 February 19-May 19.

Speeches of James I, the Lord Keeper, Duke of Buckingham, etc., mainly to joint sessions of both houses of Parliament, many concerning the possible Spanish marriage of Prince Charles. The material is reported differently in the Lord's journals.

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