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His Majesty's most gracious speech to both, &c. Thursday Jan. 23. 1734. : My lords and gentlemen, The present posture of affairs in Europe is well known to you all, and the good or bad consequences that may arise and affect us, from the war being extinguished, or being carried on are so obvious, that I am perswaded you are met together fully prepared and determined to discharge the great trust reposed in you ... Preview this item
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His Majesty's most gracious speech to both, &c. Thursday Jan. 23. 1734. : My lords and gentlemen, The present posture of affairs in Europe is well known to you all, and the good or bad consequences that may arise and affect us, from the war being extinguished, or being carried on are so obvious, that I am perswaded you are met together fully prepared and determined to discharge the great trust reposed in you ...

Author: George, King of Great Britain; Great Britain. Sovereign (1727-1760 : George II); Great Britain. Parliament.
Publisher: [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1735]
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All Authors / Contributors: George, King of Great Britain; Great Britain. Sovereign (1727-1760 : George II); Great Britain. Parliament.
OCLC Number: 62810925
Notes: Ascribed to the press of Benjamin Franklin by Hildeburn and Evans, but determined by Miller not to be a Franklin imprint.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] p.))

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