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"The Honor of Lancaster one of the beautifullest gemmes belonginge to the imperiale diademe of this noble kingdome; whose beginninge, encrease, and present estate in this treatise briefly is described, in such sort as it now standeth seperated from the other enheritances of the crowne, together with the severall owners and possessioners it hath had since the Norman Conquest, their lines and matrimoniall alliances delineated", Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

MS. Rawl. A. 118, fol. 23
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Of this intended treatise all that is here given consists only of some introductory notes upon the county, and a short account of Roger the Poictevin.


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MS. Rawl. A. 118, fol. 23


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