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Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London

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The Greyfriars' Chronicle was a chronicle during the Tudor period. It was published in 1852 and was edited by J.G. Nichols.[1][2] It documents political and religious events in and around London, England from the reign of Richard I to the reign of Mary I. Most of its content is sixteenth century.

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  1. ^ "Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London Camden Society Old Series, Volume 53". British History Online. Retrieved 18 July 2015.
  2. ^ Puttenham, George (2007). Whigham, Frank; Rebhorn, Wayne A. (eds.). The Art of English Poesy. Cornell University Press. p. 74. ISBN 978-0-8014-3758-8.

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