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Defence of the legitimacy of Geva, daughter of Henry Lupus, earl of Chester, with the descent of the family of Basset; with one or two marginal notes by Dugdale, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

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MS. Rawl. B. 144, p. 111

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MS. Rawl. B. 144, p. 111

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A transcript of an original paper by sir S. D'Ewes preserved in Harl. MS. 2187. The outline of the argument is contained in D'Ewes' Autobiography, in octavo. Lond. 1845, vol. i. pp. 337–341. Among the marginal references to various authorities, some of which were in the writer's possession, mention is made of the Bury Register of Lakyngheth (now Harl. MS. 743) as being also "penes me:" this MS., which was in 1633 in the possession of sir Edm. Bacon, is not described in Tanner's Notitia Monastica, or the Harl. Cat., as having at any time belonged to D'Ewes, nor is it entered in the list of his MSS. in Bernard's Cat. MSS. Angl.

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