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Author: Stanhope of Harrington, Charles Stanhope, Baron, 1595-1675.
Title: A discourse briefly shewing the true state and title of the Comptroller, or Postmaster generall of England: the Lord Stanhopes right to it, and consequently to the forraigne and inland letter offices, as incident thereunto, and more plainly appeares by a report of Sir Robert Heath, then his Maiesties atturney generall: by a verdict or jury of 12. men in the Kings bench, and a report in the Commons House of Parliament, in the 4. of our gratious soveraigne. 12. Novembris, 37 Henrici Octavi.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse briefly shewing the true state and title of the Comptroller, or Postmaster generall of England: the Lord Stanhopes right to it, and consequently to the forraigne and inland letter offices, as incident thereunto, and more plainly appeares by a report of Sir Robert Heath, then his Maiesties atturney generall: by a verdict or jury of 12. men in the Kings bench, and a report in the Commons House of Parliament, in the 4. of our gratious soveraigne. 12. Novembris, 37 Henrici Octavi.
Stanhope of Harrington, Charles Stanhope, Baron, 1595-1675.

[London: s.n., 1646]
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A discourse briefly shewing the true State and Title of the Comptroller, or Postmaster generall of England, the Lord Stanhopes right to it, and consequently to the forraigne and Inland Letter Offices, as incident thereunto, and more plainly appeares by a Report of Sir Robert Heath, then his Maiesties Atturney generall: By a Verdict or Jury of 12. men in the Kings Bench, and a Report in the Commons House of Parliament, in the 4. of our Gratious Soveraigne.