By Anthony Nott
Issue 13, Summer 2005 pp 15-18
Sir Richard Berkeley, a harasser of smugglers at home and a schemer at court, was arguably one of the most politically astute landowners of the Elizabethan age. Here, Anthony Nott profiles the complex political and diplomatic career of the first builder of Stoke House.
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