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Edmund Burke, New York agent with his letters to the New York assembly and Intimate correspondence with Charles O'Hara 1761-1776

Author: Ross J S Hoffman
Publisher: Philadelphia : American Philosophical Society, 1956.
Series: American philosophical society.; Studies
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Named Person: Edmund Burke; Charles O'Hara; Edmund Burke; Charles O'Hara
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ross J S Hoffman
OCLC Number: 17519727
Description: 632.
Series Title: American philosophical society.; Studies
Responsibility: Ross J.S. Hoffman.

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