Original letters written during the reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV, and Richard III by various persons of rank or consequence: containing many curious anecdotes relative to that turbulent and bloody, but hitherto dark, period of our history; and, elucidating not only public matters of state but likewise the private manners of the age with notes historical and explanatory and authenticated by engravings of autographs and seals by John Fenn.
|Other Authors:||Ramsay, A. , Fenn, John, 1739-1794.|
London, Bohn, 1859.
A new edition digested in chronological order with additional notes by A. Ramsay.
> Social life and customs.
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