Queen Elizabeth with Lord Burleigh and Sir Francis Walsingham: The Compleat Ambassador: or two Treaties of Intended Marriage of Queen Elizabeth

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Titlepage to Dudley Digges's "The compleat ambassador" (London, 1655); Elizabeth I seated in ermine-trimmed cloak, chain and crown, holding the orb and sceptre; Lord Burghley standing to left with a staff and a casket decorated with a royal coat of arms, Sir Francis Walsingham to right holding a scroll, behind, a canopy decorated with a coat of arms, curtains to either side; below, a cartouche with the title, between pillars.

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