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DOCUMENT SIGNED, at St Stephan, Canterbury, Kent, England, 1646.

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DOCUMENT SIGNED, at St Stephan, Canterbury, Kent, England, 1646.

by HARFLETE of EARLINGTON, Sir Christopher

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  • very good
  • hardcover
  • Signed
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St Stephan, Canterbury, 1646. Said vellum document measuring 12" by 14" and being of the character of a bond between Sir Christopher and his wife Aphra, signed, witnessed, and sealed 1646.. Very Good.

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Bookseller
David G Anderson Books CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
0541
Title
DOCUMENT SIGNED, at St Stephan, Canterbury, Kent, England, 1646.
Author
HARFLETE of EARLINGTON, Sir Christopher
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Hardcover
Place of Publication
St Stephan, Canterbury
Date published
1646
Keywords
Harflete Earlington Harfleet
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We operate from the historic 1784 United Empire Loyalist village of Williamstown, Ontario, named for Sir William Johnson of New York and from the historic 1784 house of David Thompson, mapmaker of the North West Company and of the Rev John Bethune of Skye, chaplain to the Loyalist regiments of the Revolutionary War in America. Our interests and specialities relate to this historical period.

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vellum
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