Camden Miscellany Xxxiii
The Camden volumes, published by the Royal Historical Society, offer collections of skillfully edited primary source material for historians. The Camden Miscellany collections contain a variety of shorter documents and papers. This volume comprises seventeenth-century documents on parliamentary and financial matters.
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