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TitleLetters from Sir John: personal matters, concerns Sidling Farm in Dorset, 1681, and parliamentary election preparations; in 1686 writes from Amsterdam where he fled after his implication in the Rye House Plot, 1683, and the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685, entrusting to Henry the management of his estates, (pardoned by James II, 1687); political and personal news, and also deeds and verdicts mentioned 1690, other letters of 1690 mention war and his nephew's standing for seat at elections; mention of nephew entering Parliament and war in Ireland, 1690/1..
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