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978-0-226-09218-8 / 0226092186

History of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth, Late Queen of England (Classics of British Historical Literature)

by Camden, William

Publisher:University of Chicago Press

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1688 Excerpt: ...said Houlhold, another of our Privy Council; and to our trusty and beloved Sir Christopher Hatton Knight, our Vice-chamberlain, another of our Privy Council; and also to our trusty and beloved Sir Francis Walsingham Knight, one of our principal Secretaries, another of our Privy Council; and also to our trusty and beloved WMiatfi Davifon Esquire, another of our principal Secretaries, and of bur Privy Council; and to our trusty and beloved Sir Ralph Sadleir Knight, Chancellour of our Dutchy of Lancaster, another of our Privy Council; and also to our trusty and beloved Sir Walter Mildmay Knight, Chancellour of our Exchequer, another of our Privy Council; and to our trusty and beloved Sir Amias Poivlet Knight, Captain of our Ifle of Jersey, another of our Privy Coun Z z cil; I 586 Lincoln,. Viscount Montague. Howard Lord Admi-ral. Hunfdon. Abergavenny. Zouch. Motley. Cobham. Stafford. Grey. Lumley. Stourton. Sandei. Wentworth. Mordant. Saint-John of Bletnefho. Buctyurst. Compton. Cheiney. Sir Francit Knolles, Sir James Crsftes. Sir Christo-pher Hatton. Sir Francis Walsingham. Secretary Davifon. Sir Ralph Sadleir. Sir Walter Mildmay. Sir Ami at Powlet. cil; and to our trusty and beloved John Wolley Esquire, our Secretary for the Latin Tongue, another "of our Privy Council: And also to our trusty and beloved Sir Christopher Wray Knight, Chief Justicer assigned for the Pleas to be holden before us; and to our trusty and beloved Sir Edmond Anderson Knight, our Chief Justicer of the Bench;, Sir Roger Manwood Knight, our Chief Baron of our Exchequer; Sir Thomas Gawdy Knight, one of our Justices assigned for the Pleas to be holden before us; and William "Periam, one of our Justicers of the Bench, Greeting, &c. Then, (not to write