An Address to the People of England: Shewing the Unworthiness of Their Behaviour to King George: The Folly of the Pretended Reasons for the Present Rebellion; and the Strict Obligations We are All Under for Our Own Sakes, as Well as the King's, to Assist and Support Him, Volume 1
J. Wyat, 1715 - 24 pages
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