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Anno quinto Georgii Regis : an act for strengthening the Protestant interest in these kingdoms
Bib ID 1049254
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain
 
Uniform Title Act for strengthening the Protestant interest in these kingdoms
Description [London?, 1719?] 
20 cm. (fol.) 
Notes

Title page wanting?

Caption title.

Subjects Church and state -- Great Britain.
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