A Narrative of the Minutes of Evidence respecting the Claim of the Berkeley Peerage, as taken before the Committee of Privileges in 1811. Together with the entire evidence of the persons principally concerned. To which are added fac similes of the banns, and register of the marriage [of Frederick Augustus, Earl of Berkeley, and Mary Cole], etc
Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1811 - 276페이지
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