Richard Grafton (c. 1511 – 1572) was King's Printer under Henry VIII and Edward VI. He was a member of the Grocers' Company and MP for Coventry elected 1562-63
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Thirty dayes hath Nouember,Aprill, June and September,February hath xxviii alone,And all the rest haue xxxi.
Chronicles of England (1562).They may the better fish in the water when it is troubled.
Chronicles (I, 283).Printer to the Queen.
Signature on the Proclamation of the accession of Lady Jane Grey (1553). This declaration turned out to be a poor decision, as Grafton was cast into prison when Mary I took the throne unopposed after Lady Jane's nine day rule.
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