King"s Council in England during the Middle Ages.

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Great Britain. Privy Council., Constitutional history, Medieval., Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1066-

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LC ClassificationsJN378 .B25 1969
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Paginationxv, 559 p.
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Open LibraryOL5381469M
ISBN 100198213948
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By JAMES FOSDICK BALDWIN, Ph.D., Professor of History in Vassar College.

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