2 edition of Letters of the Earl of Dudley to the Bishop of Llandaff [i.e. Edward Copleston]. found in the catalog.
Letters of the Earl of Dudley to the Bishop of Llandaff [i.e. Edward Copleston].
Dudley, John William Ward Earl of.
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Edward Herbert, 2nd Earl of Powis KG (22 March – 17 January ), styled Viscount Clive between andwas a British peer and Tory politician.
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