Monument to Sir Edward Bruce in Rolls Chapel, Chancery Lane, City of London by Anonymous

Monument to Sir Edward Bruce in Rolls Chapel, Chancery Lane, City of London

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Monument to Sir Edward Bruce in Rolls Chapel, Chancery Lane, City of London

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Monument to Sir Edward Bruce in Rolls Chapel, Chancery Lane, City of London, 1794. Edward Bruce, 1st Lord Kinloss, was a lawyer and judge who served as Master of the Rolls from 1603 until 1611.

  • Image ref: 1619101
  • London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)

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