LETTERS OF ...from the manuscript in the library at Woburn Abbey. . To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, and the trial of Lord William Russell for high treason, extracted from state trials
London: Mawman, 1801. Sixth edn 8vo, Pp 351 With 3 engravings Bound in full calf (rear hinge loose) (Item ID: 7571)
Lady Russell (1636-1723) the daughter of an Earl and widow of Lord Vaughan married William Russell in 1678. She used her position to advance Whig values and to support her husband who was beheaded for his alleged involvement in the Rye House Plot in 1683. She, however, was able to retain her influence in political circles.