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Letters and memorials of state, in the reigns of Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, King James, King Charles the First, part of the reign of King Charles the Second, and Oliver's usurpation : written and collected by Sir Henry Sydney, Knight of the Garter, Ambassador in France, four times Lord-Justice of Ireland, and thrice Lord-Deputy of that realm, in the reigns of Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, and Lord-President of Wales, &c. The famous Sir Philip Sydney, and his brother Sir Robert Sydney, Lord-Governor of Flushing, and Lord-Chamberlain in the reign of King James. Robert, the Second Earl of Leicester, Ambassador to the kings of Denmark, and France, and Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, in the reign of King Charles the First. Philip Lord Viscount Lisle, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, by authority of Parliament, and one of the Council of State of the Commonwealth; and of his brother Colonel Algernon Sydney, one of the said Council of State, and Ambassador to the courts of Denmark and Sweden.
London: Printed for T. Osborne, in Gray’s-Inn., 1746.
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