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The Effect of all letters read in the House of Parliament
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Get this from a library. The Effect of all letters read in the House of Parliament: from the 14 to the 23 of November from all places of the kingdome: viz. Surrey, Shropshire, Berkshire, Yorke, Sussex, Holland, Cornwall, Middlesex, Leichester, Ireland, Sea, Worchester, Wales.
The effect of all letters read in the House of Parliament from the to the of November from all places of the Kingdome. Viz. Surrey. Shropshire Berkshire Yorke Sussex. Holland Cornwall. Middlesex Leicester Ireland Sea Worcester Wales.
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