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Francis Parry

Maker:  Coventry, Official papers of Henry


Official papers of Henry Coventry: Francis Parry, resident, and Thomas Maynard, consul, at Lisbon, 1674-80 (one volume) Sir William Godolphin, ambassador at Madrid, Sir Henry Goodricke, envoy to Madrid, with related correspondence, 1672-80 (three volumes) consuls and others in Spain, principally on commercial matters including Martin Westcombe, consul at Cadiz, 1665-80 (one volume) Sir Edward Wood, envoy to Stockholm, 1672-8 (one volume) Sir John Finch, ambassador at Constantinople (long series addressed principally to Lord Arlington, with copies of further correspondence of Finch, 1674-80); also Laurence, first Earl of Rochester, envoy to Poland, 1676 (one volume) Sir Henry Morgan as lieutenant-governor of Jamaica, and John (Vaughan), third Earl of Carbery, as governor of Jamaica (long series of letters signed), with other papers relating to Jamaica, 1673-79 (two volumes) William Soame, envoy at Turin, with papers concerning Savoy, 1675-80 (one volume) (in all twenty-six volumes).

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