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From: John <>
Subject: Re: Peerage and Rivalries in the Wars of the Roses
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 21:06:34 -0800 (PST)
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On Dec 15, 6:38 pm, Steven Cochran <> wrote:
> Oh, that's good to know! I was looking around for a copy (online and
> for sale,) but not having much luck.
>
>
>
> > This is the second volume of Wedgwood's HOP - as distinguished from
> > from the first, which has biographies of the members of the House of
> > Commons but not of the House of Lords.  The FHL's copy of volume 1 is
> > available on-line (and downloadable) via the BYU Library website, but
> > unfortunately the FHL doesn't hold a copy of volume 2.  Given its
> > publication date, I'd be surprised if volume 2 is on-line anywhere -
> > and I'm a bit surprised that volume 1 is.

I don't know where you're located, but I've found that, in the US at
least, copies of volume 2 can be borrowed via interlibrary loan - if
your local library provides such a service.



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