A Mirror for the Burgesses and Commonalty of the City of Bristol: In which is Exhibited to Their View, a Part of the Great and Many Interesting Benefactions & Endowments, of which the City Hath to Boast, and for which the Corporation are Responsible, as the Stewards and Trustees Thereof; Correctly Transcribed from Authentic Documents
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