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LAST OF THE PLANTAGENETS:

an historical Romance,

ILLUSTRATING

SOME OF THE PUBLIC EVENTS, AND DOMESTIC

AND ECCLESIASTICAL MANNERS,

OP TIE

FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH CENTURIES.

Alas! the Family's
Extinguish'd in him, and the good old Name
Only to be remember'd on a tomb stone!
A Name that has gone down from sire to son
So many generations!

SOUTHRY.

LONDON:

SMITH, ELDER, AND CO., CORNHILL.

1829.

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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE

GEORGE WILLIAM FINCH HATTON,

EARL OF WINCHILSEA AND NOTTINGHAM,

VISCOUNT MAIDSTONE,

&c. &c. &c.

AS A LINEAL DESCENDANT OF SIR THOMAS MOYLE,

THE LAST PROTECTOR

OF

THE LAST OF THE PLANTAGENETS,

AND POSSESSOR OF THE MANOR OF EASTWELL,

TO WHICH HE RETIRED.

THIS NARRATIVE

IS MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED.

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