The Stuart Courts
Sutton, 2000 - History - 288 pages
This collection of essays covers the full cultural, as well as administrative aspects, of the Stuart courts and deals with Scotland as well as the Vice-Regal court in Ireland.
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INTRODUCTION BY EVELINE CRUICKSHANKS
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