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A second historical letter to Sir J. C. Hippisley ... upon his public conduct in the Catholic cause / By Francis Plowden, Esq. Occasioned by his animadversion upon the author in the House of Commons in May and November 1814
Bib ID 2585420
Format BookBook
Author
Plowden, Francis, 1749-1829
 
Description Paris : Printed by M. Nouzou, 1815 
8o (2), 106, xxxp. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

No. [3] in a volume with binder's title: Catholic pamphlets. 1816-17.

Appendices (xxxp.) are documents referred to in the letter.

Other authors/contributors Hippisley, John Cox, Sir, 1748-1825

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