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Vol I & II Letters addressed to the Earl of Leicester

Maker:  Papers, Dudley


Dudley Papers: Vol I & II Letters addressed to the Earl of Leicester, on court (some discussing the opinions and attitudes of the Queen), state military and foreign affairs particularly Scotland and Ireland, 1559-88, including the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge asking Dudley to protect its privileges as his father had done [1559-63]; two fine autograph letters signed by Philip Sidney, two pages, folio, Frankfurt, 1573; autograph letter signed by Gabriel Harvey, two pages, folio, Cambridge, 1579; also autograph letters signed by: Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, Sir Ralph Sadler, George Gilpin, first Earl of Arundel, William Overton, Lord Burghley, Lewis Evans, (Denbigh, 1574), third Earl of Huntingdon, Thomas Lucy, Sir Thomas Gresham (three), Robert (Devereux), Earl of Essex (concerning the Queen), 1588, Sir Henry Killigrew, Lord Buckhurst, sixth Earl of Shrewsbury, Countess of Shrewsbury [Bess of Hardwick], Countess of Pembroke [sister of Philip Sidney]; and letters signed by: Henri, duc de Montmorency, on the satisfaction felt by the King of France with good offices of Leicester in furthering a treaty of alliance between England and France, 1571; Sir Francis Walsingham (five), Sir Christopher Hatton (two, one concerning the Queen's frame of mind, 1578), Sir Nicholas Bagnal, Sir Nicholas Bacon, Francis Bacon, 1588, Sir Henry Sidney.

ID:  91744



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