William Godwin's Diary

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W Thomas, çala (23  May  1832) Thomas, WilliamD'Aubant, Abraham (notes)The works of William Thomas, Clerk of the Privy Council in the year 1549. Consisting of a very curious and circumstantial account of the reign of King Henry the Eight, in which the causes of the Reformation are most particularly and candidly exhibited. To which are added six essays on questions of great moment to the state, written by the same author at the command and for the private information of King Edward the Sixth. The whole literally transcribed from the manuscript in the Cotton Library. With notes by A. D'Aubant. 1774
WG's sale catalog lists:
Thomas (Will.) Clerk of the Privy Council, Account of the Reign of King Henry VIII, &c 1774 (item 713).

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