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The Early Stuarts 1603-1660.

by DAVIES, GODFREY

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Oxford, Clarendon Press., 1963. Original publisher's gray cloth hardback, gilt title spine, dustjacket, reprint of the 2nd edition [1955], large 8vo: xxiv, 458pp., [10]pp., note on dates, abbreviations, 8 maps at the rear, footnotes & references, general bibliography, list holders of certain offices, index. Very fine copy. Volume 10: The Oxford History of England. (48919).


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