Letter by Eliza Calverley
Letter from Eliza Calverley to "the most worthy tow bee honored Sr Constantyne Hugens Knight," possibly written from the Netherlands? She begs for an appointment. "I am that creature...alone...of my birth, and sex,that ... destiny enforced tow trauell for Fortune, your Cuntry Men hath destroyed it-all... "
- April 3, 1644
- Calverley, Eliza, active 1644 (Person)
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1 folder : Seal: non-armorial: swan on waves grasping an eel or serpent in its neb. Note that some branches of Moores have swans in their arms, but apparently not the Moores of Grantham. Well-preserved
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- Guide to the Eliza Calverley Collection
- Letter by Eliza Calverley
- Finding aid prepared by alh, September 25, 1980. Finding aid encoded by mg, 2005.
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Letter by Eliza Calverley, Department of Special Collections, MS P531, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas
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