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His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to the two Houses of Parliament at their prorogation, on Monday the nineteenth of May, 1662
Bib ID 2737461
Format BookBook
Author
Charles King of England, 1630-1685
 
Description London : Printed by John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1662 
23 p. ; 27 cm. (fol.) 
Notes

Title vignette, capitals, headpiece.

Bound with: The speech of Sr Edw. Turnor, Kt., Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons ...

Cited In

Wing C3170.

Subjects Great Britain. Parliament.
Other authors/contributors Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674
Also Titled

Speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt

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