5 edition of Savile correspondence. found in the catalog.
Contains genealogical matter and pedigree of the Savile family
|Statement||Edited by William Durrant Cooper|
|Series||Publications / Camden Society -- no. 71, Publications (Camden Society) -- no. 71|
|Contributions||Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695, Cooper, William Durrant, 1812-1875|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 316 p.|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||17003795|
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Get this from a library. Savile correspondence. Letters to and from Henry Savile, esq., envoy at Paris, and vice-chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including letters from his brother George, marquess of Halifax. [Henry Savile; George Savile Halifax, Marquis of; William Durrant Cooper].
Savile correspondence. Letters to and from Henry Savile, esq., envoy at Paris, and vice-chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including letters from his brother George, marquess of Halifax by Savile, Henry, ; Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, Pages: A hapless medical expert who argued in this newspaper that Savile wasn't evil but more likely a victim of bad parenting was immediately torn to pieces in.
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Savile Row is justly famous as the home of men’s is the only road in the world that is synonymous with a form of clothing and – delightfully – is so well-known that in Japan the. Halifax, George Savile, (Marquis of) () Savile correspondence: letters to and from Henry Savile, Esq / Envoy at Paris, and Vice-Chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including letters from his brother, George Marquess of Halifax.
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MS.fol. 66; the last letters in the Savile Correspondence are thus two years post-dated). He left what he possessed (mostly debts) at the disposal of his brother, Halifax. Henry Savile's ‘Correspondence,’ mainly with Halifax, was edited for the Camden Society, with a valuable memoir, by William Durrant Cooper, F.S.A., in