The journals of all the parliaments during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, both of the House of Lords and House of Commons / Collected by Sir Simonds D'Ewes... ; Revised and published by Paul Bowes
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- D'Ewes, Simonds, Sir, 1602-1650
- London : Printed for John Starkey, 1682
- fol. , 689,  p. : front. ; 37 cm.
- Wing D1250.
- "A cataloque of books printed for John Starkey...":  p. at end.
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- Bowes, Paul, -1702
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