A Letter from a Member of Parliament to His Friend in the Country, Upon the Motion to Address His Majesty to Settle 100,000 £. Per Annum on His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, &c: In which the Ancient and Modern State of the Civil List and the Allowance to the Heir Apparent, Or Presumptive, of the Crown, are Particularly Consider'd
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