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Letter Blog

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Diary Blog

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— Ibid. p.117

J. Scott-Warren,. ”Early Modern Bookkeeping and Life-Writing Revisited: Accounting for Richard Stonley.” Past & Present, Vol230, Issue11, (November 2016), pp.151–170. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/pastj/gtw031 [Accessed 20 January 2022].

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Graffiti Blog

H. Adlington, D. Griffith, & T. Hamling,. ”Beyond the Page: Quarles’s Emblemes, Wall-Paintings, and Godly Interiors in Seventeenth-Century York’. Huntington Library Quarterly, 78(3), (2015), pp.521–551.http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/hlq.2015.78.3.521. [Accessed 6 January 2022].

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— Ibid. pp.36

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Petition Blog

G. P. Baker,. “EAST INDIAN HAND-PAINTED CALICOES OF THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES, AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE TINCTORIAL ARTS OF EUROPE.” Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, vol64, no.3313, (1916), pp.482–92. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41346932. [Accessed 22 January 2022].

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B. Waddell,. ”Hundreds of Petitions to the House of Lords from the Seventeenth Century – The Power of Petitioning in Seventeenth-Century England”, Petitioning.history.ac.uk, (17 August 2022). https://petitioning.history.ac.uk/blog/2020/08/now-online-hundreds-of-petitions-to-the-house-of-lords-from-the-seventeenth-century/ [Accessed 22 January 2022].

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