[Elizabethan manuscripts].


[Elizabethan manuscripts].

The Warrant of Queen Elizabeth gives instructions to John Fortescue, the Master of the Great Wardrobe, regarding the gifts of clothing and linen to be given to the poor on Maundy Thursday, 1578.

1v. (unpaged) ; 38cm.


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