Cheshire's Magna Carta to be Published

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Reference my recent article regarding the Magna Carta (download here)

If you were intrigued to learn about Cheshire's very own Magna Carta, you may like to know that it is due to be published by the Cheshire Local History Association, with the original Latin text and an English translation, plus extensive commentary and analysis by Professor Graeme White.

It will be available from late April, from the Cheshire Record Office. The price will be £6 plus postage and packing

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