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King's Order For Lyme Siege

Fowles, John

Published by Dorset: Published in aid of the Lyme Regis Museum,, 1980
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SIGNED by the author. Large broadside on heavy stock reproducing a 1643 letter by Charles I along with Fowles's transcription. One of only about 150 unnumbered copies. Roberts A17a. About fine and uncreased. Bookseller Inventory # 15677


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Title: King's Order For Lyme Siege

Publisher: Dorset: Published in aid of the Lyme Regis Museum,

Publication Date: 1980

Edition: First Edition.

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