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d'Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine, Manley, Delarivier, Crull, Jodocus. Memoirs of the Court of England: in the reign of King Charles II. Containing the amours of that Prince, The Duke of Monmouth, Earl of Argyle. - of Buckingham, - of A - n Earl of Oxford - Lord Grey, &c. - St. Albans. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the Ingenious Diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during her residence in that Court. The second edition, corrected. To which is added, The lady's packet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 23901, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/23901. Accessed 2024-06-23.

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  author={d'Aulnoy,Marie-Catherine and Manley,Delarivier and Crull,Jodocus},
  year={1708},
  title={Memoirs of the Court of England: in the reign of King Charles II. Containing the amours of that Prince, The Duke of Monmouth, Earl of Argyle. - of Buckingham, - of A - n Earl of Oxford - Lord Grey, &c. - St. Albans. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the Ingenious Diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during her residence in that Court. The second edition, corrected. To which is added, The lady's packet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners.},
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  address={London},    }

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