File Clenennau letters and papers 1049. - (Owen Wynne) to (Sir Robert Owen),

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Clenennau letters and papers 1049.


(Owen Wynne) to (Sir Robert Owen),


  • [1688], 29th November. (Creation)

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Their gazettes are but thin-woven of late, and the city Mercury, the writer hopes, continues to give Owen what occurs. Parliament is to meet the 15th January. All Catholics are to be out of commission. Commissioners are to be sent to treat with the Prince of Orange - some bishops and some temporals: Canterbury, Winchester, Ely, Halifax, Nottingham, Middleton, Preston, Godolphin or some of them. As the Earl of Danby took York, so the Earl of Bath has seized his own government of Plymouth and therein imprisoned the Earl of Huntingdon. Lord Delamere moves about and seems unwilling to stop at lesser things than London.

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Preferred citation: Clenennau letters and papers 1049.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: Clenennau letters and papers 1049.