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English: Miniature of Elizabeth Cromwell (née Elizabeth Bourchier), wife of Oliver Cromwell
Date 17th century
(19 March 2009 (original upload date))
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(Original text : scanned from Antonia Fraser, Love Letters, An Illustrated Anthology, Contemporary Books, Inc., Chicago, 1989)
Author Samuel Cooper. Original uploader was Jeanne boleyn at en.wikipedia
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