Diary of Edward VI Diary of his reign extending from his accession January to November the plate representing a portion of a page with entries of March relating to his father King Henry VIIIs attempt to induce Edwards sister Mary to change her religion from Catholic to Protestant From the first series of Facsimiles of royal historical literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts British Museum Series I V London
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