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Regale necessarium ; The legality, reason and necessity of the rights and priviledges justly claimed by the Kings servants and which ought to be allowed unto them
Bib ID 2582143
Format BookBook
Author
Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690
 
Description London : Printed for Christopher Wilkinson, 1671 
[32], 634 p. ; (4to) 
Cited In

Wing P2016.

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