A Letter from a Member of Parliament to His Friend in the Country: Upon the Motion to Address His Majesty to Settle 100,000 L. Per Annum on His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, Etc. 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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