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Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1591-1646 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Sweden

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VIAF ID: 42786371 (Personal)

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The case of impotency : as debated in England in that remarkable tryal, 1613, between Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, who, after eight years marriage, commenc'd a suit against him for impotency : containing I. The whole proceedings and debates on both sides, II. The report of the seven matrons appointed to search the countess, III. The intrigue between her and the Earl of Somerset, who after the divorce married her, IV. A detection of some politicks in the court of King James the First Library of Congress/NACO
The copy of a letter sent from Robert, earle of Essex, to Mr. Pym, a member of the House of Commons, 1642. Library of Congress/NACO
His Excellencies letter of the 30 of January, 1643 German National Library
Laws and ordinances of warre, established for the better conduct of the Army, by His Excellency the Earl of Essex, lord generall of the forces raised by the authority of the Parliament for the defence of the king and kingdom. Library of Congress/NACO
Speech in the Artilrie garden to the souldiers on Tuesday last Library of Congress/NACO

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