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Document signed addressed to the Tellers of the Exchequer, (Henry Somerset, 1629-1700, K.G., 3rd Marquis of Worcester, from 1682 1st Duke)
1686 - authorizing his servant Charles Price to receive the Duke's pension as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, and to give the necessary discharge, with his armorial seal bearing France and England quarterly, and a very fine watermark of the Royal Arms of England (not quartered with France or Scotland), 1 side folio, no place, 14th August Somerset was friendly with Cromwell, but on his death demanded a full and free Parliament, and in the Convention Parliament favoured the Restoration. He lived in great state at Badminton.
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