Official documents, with extracts from state letters, and from other authentic sources of information, relative to the rights claimed by Roman Catholics to seats in both houses of Parliament, freedom of corporation, & c : With an introductory pref. tending to shew how far the claimants enjoyed those privileges from the passing of the Act of Supremacy in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, down to the accession of King William III. (Book, 1828) [WorldCat.org]
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Official documents, with extracts from state letters, and from other authentic sources of information, relative to the rights claimed by Roman Catholics to seats in both houses of Parliament, freedom of corporation, & c : With an introductory pref. tending to shew how far the claimants enjoyed those privileges from the passing of the Act of Supremacy in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, down to the accession of King William III.
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Official documents, with extracts from state letters, and from other authentic sources of information, relative to the rights claimed by Roman Catholics to seats in both houses of Parliament, freedom of corporation, & c : With an introductory pref. tending to shew how far the claimants enjoyed those privileges from the passing of the Act of Supremacy in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, down to the accession of King William III.

Author: Eirionnach.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by R. Grace, Published by all the booksellers, 1828.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eirionnach.
OCLC Number: 1117225546
Description: 84 pages ; 20 cm

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