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A Coppy of a Letter Found in the Privy Lodgeings at Whitehall by John Suckling avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 7 editions. It must have been shortly after this, or at any rate during the winter of –1, that he drew up his letter of counsel to the king in the form of a letter to the queen's confidant, Sir Henry Jermyn (it was printed in as ‘A Coppy of a Letter found in the Privy Lodgeings at Whitehall,’ and subsequently included in the ‘Fragmenta.
A coppy of a letter fovnd in the privy lodgeings at White-Hall. London: ; also published as "To Mr. Henry German, in the beginning of Parliament, ," in Fragmenta Avrea, also published as A letter from Sir John Suckling to Mr.
Henry German, in the beginning of the late Long Parliament, anno London: Autograph letter signed by More, to William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury, from Christ's College, Cambridge, 2 January / First published as A Coppy of a Letter Found in the Privy Lodgeings at Whitehall (London, ).
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