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Correspondence of the Thynne family 16th-18th century bound in 47 volumes

Maker:  Maker Unknown

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Correspondence of the Thynne family 16th-18th century bound in 47 volumes, nineteenth-century half morocco: Vol XII-XXX. [XXVII not found], Sir Thomas (Thynne), first Viscount Weymouth, including extensive political correspondence with autograph letters signed by Earl of Rochester, Duke of Marlborough, Sir Robert Harley, Matthew Prior, Dr. John Fell, George, Marquess of Halifax (series), Henry Savile (series), Sir Robert Southwell (series), Sir William Coventry (series), Henry Coventry (series), Bishop Thomas Ken (series), Earl of Winchilsea, letters by members of the Finch, Lowther, Worsley and Packington Families, family correspondence, letters from political agents principally Captain Morgan Powell (Tamworth, 1678-88) and John Mainwaring (Drayton, 1688-1711) and London agent John Taylor, 1684-90; correspondence relating to Sweden, and his embassy to Sweden, 1660s.

ID:  91657

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