Le merite in fortuné : manuscript, 1688.

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University of Chicago. Library. Special Collections Research Center. Le merite in fortuné : manuscript, 1688.

Le merite in fortuné : manuscript, 1688.

An unpublished heroic poem about the trial and execution of Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford. The final two pages of the codex contain the accounts of the warden of St. Martin's Church, 1763-1764.

1 v. ; 32 x 20 cm.

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