Definition of Clarendon, Earl of in English:

Clarendon, Earl of

Line breaks: Earl of Clar¦en|don
Pronunciation: /ˈklarənd(ə)n
( 1609–74), English statesman and historian, chief adviser to Charles II and Chancellor of Oxford University 1660-7; born Edward Hyde. Notable works: History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England (published posthumously 1702-4).

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