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IN the walls of the ancient house of Sir Edward I Dering, in the County of Kent, lately pulled down and rebuilt, a Latin manuscript was found, written by a bastard son of Richard III. not mentioned by any of our Historians. The occafion of its lodgment was as follows: This youth was privately educated in the Country, at a great expence, under the best masters in every science. The tuition anfwered the royal expectation. The night before the fatal battle of Bosworth Field, the King sent for him, and he was privately conducted

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