Rowland Whyte (died after 1626) was an Elizabethan official and businessman, whose letters provide important evidence about the latter stages of the life of Queen Elizabeth I and the transition to the rule of James I. The letters were first published in 1746 as Letters and Memorials of State, edited by Arthur Collins.

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  • Rowland Whyte (died after 1626) was an Elizabethan official and businessman, whose letters provide important evidence about the latter stages of the life of Queen Elizabeth I and the transition to the rule of James I. The letters were first published in 1746 as Letters and Memorials of State, edited by Arthur Collins. (en)
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  • Rowland Whyte (died after 1626) was an Elizabethan official and businessman, whose letters provide important evidence about the latter stages of the life of Queen Elizabeth I and the transition to the rule of James I. The letters were first published in 1746 as Letters and Memorials of State, edited by Arthur Collins. (en)
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