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Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov. 12, 1747

Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov. 12, 1747

I. To the printer. II. From Lancelot Lee to Thomas Cresswell, ... III. From Thomas Estcourt Cresswell to Lancelot Lee, ...

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Published by printed for J. Hinton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3863, no. 18.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],40p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16982919M

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Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov. 12, [microform] I. To the printer. From Lancelot Lee to Thomas Cresswell, III. From Thomas Estcourt Cresswell to Lancelot Lee printed for J. Hinton London Australian/Harvard Citation. Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov.

12, I. To the printer. From Lancelot Lee to Thomas Cresswell. Get this from a library. Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov. 12, I. To the printer. From Lancelot Lee to Thomas Cresswell, Esq ; at Pinkney, near Malmsbury in Wiltshire. III. From Thomas Estcourt Cresswell to Lancelot Lee, Esq.

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