Letter : to Prince Rupert, 1644 Apr 18.

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Letter : to Prince Rupert, 1644 Apr 18.

Letter : to Prince Rupert, 1644 Apr 18.

Letter signed by Charles I, also signed by George Digby, putting the emissary and conciliatory services of John Williams, archbishop of York, at the disposal of Prince Rupert.

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