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An historical letter to Sir John Cox Hippesley, Bart. and M. P. : being an historical portrait taken of him from the life, whilst acting in the Catholic cause, occasioned by his letters to the Earl of Fingal, on the subject of the Catholic claims
Bib ID 2613757
Format BookBook
Author
Plowden, Francis, 1749-1829
 
Printer (Dublin : Printed by P. Blenkinsop, 1814)
Description London, 1813 : By Francis Plowden 
8o xii, [3]- 171 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

No. [3] in a volume with binder's title: Catholic pamphlets. 1814-15.

Subjects Hippisley, John Coxe, Sir, 1748-1825.  |  Catholic emancipation.

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