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Usk, Thomaslocked

(c. 1354–1388)
  • Ronald Waldron

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Usk, Thomas (c. 1354–1388), scrivener, author, and administrator, is remembered for his tragic role in the struggles for power around the throne of the young Richard II and as the author of the prose treatise The Testament of Love. In that work he refers to ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
Oxford Medieval Texts
Guildhall Library, London
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
J. Strachey, ed., , 6 vols. (1767–77)