Sunderland is appointed Secretary of State

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Historical Context Note

Sunderland is appointed Secretary of State, Northern department. He is to hold this post until the following year, when he transfers to become Secretary for the Southern department until 1688.
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Editors. "Sunderland is appointed Secretary of State". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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