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Author: St. Albans, Henry Jermyn, Earl of, ca. 1604-1684.
Title: A letter sent by Mr. Henry Iarmin, now resident in Paris, to Mr. VVilliam Murrey, of His Majesties Bed-Chamber:: as it was intercepted at sea by Captaine James Morgan, captaine of the good ship, called the Mary-Rose of Bristoll. Wherein is expressed the full and reall intentions of the said Mr. Iarmin, and the other English fugitives in France, against the proceedings of the honourable, the high Court of Parliament here in England.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A letter sent by Mr. Henry Iarmin, now resident in Paris, to Mr. VVilliam Murrey, of His Majesties Bed-Chamber:: as it was intercepted at sea by Captaine James Morgan, captaine of the good ship, called the Mary-Rose of Bristoll. Wherein is expressed the full and reall intentions of the said Mr. Iarmin, and the other English fugitives in France, against the proceedings of the honourable, the high Court of Parliament here in England.
St. Albans, Henry Jermyn, Earl of, ca. 1604-1684.

London: printed for James Jobson, Ian. 26. 1643.
Subject terms:
Royalists -- History -- England
Great Britain -- History
St. Albans, Henry Jermyn, -- Earl of, -- ca. 1604-1684
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93036.0001.001

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A Letter sent by Mr. Henry Iarmin to Mr. William Murrey of his Majesties Bed-Chamber.