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The memoirs of Philip de Comines: containing the history of Lewis XI. and Charles Viii. of France, and of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, To which Princes he was Secretary: As also the History of Edward IV. and Henry Vii. of England; Including that of Europe for almost half the Fifteenth Century: with a supplement, as also several Original Treaties, Notes and Observations. And lastly, the secret history of Lewis XI. out of a book call’d The scandalous chronicle, and the Life of the Author prefix’d to the whole, with Notes upon it, by the Famous Sleidan. Faithfully translated from the late edition of Monsieur Godefroy, Historiographer Royal of France. To which are added remarks on all the Occurrences relating to England. By Mr. Uvedale. ...
London: Printed for John Phillips, at the Black Bull in Cornhill , 1712.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Parsons||Volume 1||2/7/1791||2/12/1791||Philip de Commines|
|John Parsons||Volume 2||2/12/1791||2/15/1791||"|
|Richard N. Harison||8/5/1800||8/11/1800||Philip de Commines|