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Imprinted at London : by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, M.DC.XXII [1622]
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by Sternhold, Thomas; Sternhold, Thomas
London : Printed [by William Stansby] for the Company of Stationers, 1625
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by Chalmers, Peter
Edinburgh London : W. Blackwood, 1844-1859
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by Choi, Seulki
[Sejong-si, Republic of Korea] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management, September, 2016
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by Sternhold, Thomas; Hopkins, John
Edinbvrgh : Printed by Andro Hart, and are to be solde at his avvin shop, and at the shops of Richard Lauson and Iames Gathkin, [1610?]
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Historical collections of the noble families of Cavendishe, Holles, Vere, Harley, and Ogle : with the lives of the most remarkable persons, particularly of William Cavendishe, Duke of Newcastle. Henry Cavendishe, Duke of Newcastle. John Holles, first Earl of Clare. John Holles, second Earl of Clare. Densil, Lord Holles. Gilbert Holles, third Earl of Clare. John Holles, Duke of Newcastle. The Lives of the Earls of Oxford, concluding with Aubrey de Vere, the twentieth, and last Earl, of that illustrious Family. Also The Lives of those famous Generals, Horace, Lord Vere of Tilbury, and Sir Francis Vere, his Brother. The Lives of Sir Robert Harley, Knight of the Bath. Of Sir Edward Harley, Knight of the Bath, Governour of Dunkirk. Of Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer. Of Edward Harley, Esq; his Brother. Of Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer. Of Sir Robert Ogle, in the Reign of King Edward the III. Of Robert, Lord Ogle, in the Reign of King Edward the Ivth; with the Lives of the succeeding Lords Ogle. Containing curious private memoirs, with some Principal Transactions, not hitherto published. And prints of the principal persons, engraved by Mr. George Vertue, from Original Pictures, drawn by the most Eminent Painters. Collected from records, manuscripts, our most Authentick Historians, and othe undoubted authorities. By Arthur Collins, Esq
by Collins, Arthur
London : printed, for Edward Withers, at the Seven-Stars, near the Inner-Temple-Gate, Fleet-Street, MDCCLII. [1752]
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