The Elizabethan Privy Council in the fifteen-seventies. by Michael Barraclough Pulman

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Bibliography: p. [253]-268.

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LC ClassificationsJN378 .P83
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Pagination279 p.
Number of Pages279
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Open LibraryOL5445493M
ISBN 100520017161
LC Control Number73115497

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