Speech in the House of Commons this present Parliament, 1640 : London, [ca. 16--?].


Speech in the House of Commons this present Parliament, 1640 : London, [ca. 16--?].

Six-page manuscript copy, in an unidentified hand, of a speech printed in London in 1641 for John Nicholson as A Worthy Speech Made in the House of Commons This Present Parliament, 1641. Bound with the speech are manuscript copies in the same unidentified hand of "The Lord of Faulkland's speech, 1640"; "Sergeant Glanvill's speech, 1640"; "Letters patent constituting the Lord Hollis and Henry Coventry plenipotentiarys to make peace with Holland"; a letter from the Earl of Clarenden to his daughter Anne, Duchess of York; and a letter from Clarenden to the Duke of York.

1 item (30 p.) ; 32 cm.

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