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The life, death, and actions of the most chaste, learned, and religious lady, the Lady Iane Gray : daughter to the Duke of Suffolke. Containing foure principall discourses written with her owne hands. 1. An admonition to such as are weake in faith. 2. A catechisme. 3. An exhortation to her sister. 4. Her words at her death.

Author: Jane Grey, Lady; John de Feckenham
Publisher: London : Printed by I. H[aviland] for Iohn Wright, at the signe of the Bible in Giltspurre-street, without Newgate, 1636.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Jane Grey, Lady; Jane Grey, Lady
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Grey, Lady; John de Feckenham
OCLC Number: 606536599
Description: 1 online resource ([24] pages)
Other Titles: Life, death, and actions of the most chaste, learned, and religious lady, the Lady Jane Gray
Life and death of the Lady Iane Gray
Life and death of the Lady Jane Gray

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