Edmund, Earl of Suffolk, is returned to the Tower of London

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Historical Context Note

Edmund, Earl of Suffolk, is returned to England as agreed in the terms of the recent Treaty of Windsor between Henry VII and Suffolk's erstwhile protector, Philip of Burgundy. He is sent to the Tower of London.
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Editors. "Edmund, Earl of Suffolk, is returned to the Tower of London". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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