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Papers relating to an affidavit made by His Reverence James Blair, clerk, pretended president of William and Mary college, and supposed commissary to the bishop of London in Virginia, against Francis Nicholson, esq; governour of the said province. Wherein His Reverence's great respect to government, and obedience to the ninth commandment, Thou shalt not bear false witness, &c. will plainly appear; as will also his gratitude to the said governour, from whom he had received so many favours, and to whom he was himself so highly obliged, in several original letters under his own hand, some whereof are here published, and more (God willing) shall here after. Preview this item
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Papers relating to an affidavit made by His Reverence James Blair, clerk, pretended president of William and Mary college, and supposed commissary to the bishop of London in Virginia, against Francis Nicholson, esq; governour of the said province. Wherein His Reverence's great respect to government, and obedience to the ninth commandment, Thou shalt not bear false witness, &c. will plainly appear; as will also his gratitude to the said governour, from whom he had received so many favours, and to whom he was himself so highly obliged, in several original letters under his own hand, some whereof are here published, and more (God willing) shall here after.

Author: James Blair; Francis Nicholson
Publisher: [London] Printed in the year 1727.
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Blair; Francis Nicholson
OCLC Number: 166583782
Notes: Signatures: [A]², B-G⁸, H⁴.
Description: 2 preliminary leaves, 104 pages ; 18 cm

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