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A report from the Committee of secracy appointed by order ofthe House of Commons to examine several books and papers laid before the House relating to the late negotiations of peace and commerce etc. reported on the ninth of June, 1715 / by the Rt. hon. Robert Walpole, chairman of the said, committee : together with a appendix containing memorials, letters and other papers referred to in the said report
Bib ID 1960539
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain. House of Commons. Committee of Secrecy
 
Description London : Printed for Jacob Tonzon, [etc. etc.], 1715 
iv, 92p. 
Subjects Great Britain -- Foreign relations.

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