Calendar of the state papers, relating to Ireland, of the reign of Elizabeth, 1574-1601 Preserved in Her Majesty"s Public Record Office by Public Record Office

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Other titlesCalendar of State papers, Ireland, Elizabeth ...
StatementEdited Hans Claude Hamilton ...
GenreSources.
ContributionsHamilton, Hans Claude, 1811-1895 ed., Atkinson, Ernest G. ed., Quinn, David B.. former owner., Lewisham (London, England). Public Libraries,
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