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Uniform title: Treaties, etc. Holy Roman Empire, 1795-05-04
by Great Britain
London : printed by Edward Johnston, 1795
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Uniform title: Treaties, etc.United States,1783-09-03
by Great Britain
[Annapolis : Printed by John Dunlap], M.DCC.LXXXIII. [1783]
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Uniform title: Treaties, etc. United States, 1794-11-19
by Great Britain
Philadelphia : Printed by Benj. Franklin Bache, no. 112, Market-Street, [1795]
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Uniform title: Treaties. etc. United States, 1794-11-19
by Great Britain
[Niagara, Upper Canada] : New-York printed, Newark [i.e., Niagara]:--re-printed by G. Tiffany, M,DCC,XCV. (Price two seillings [sic], New-York currency.), [1795]
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Uniform title: Public General Acts. 1774-1775. 15 Geo.III.c.31
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[Dublin] : London: printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, printers to the King's most excellent Majesty; and Dublin: re-printed by the executors of David Hay, assignee of the late Boulter Grierson, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, MDCCLXXV. [1775]
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Uniform title: Act for continuing several laws therein mentioned, relating to the praemiums upon the importation of masts
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[New London, Conn.] : London, printed by Thomas Baskett, printer to the King's most excellency Majesty, 1751. New-London, re-printed by Timothy Green, printer to the governour and Company of His Majesty's English colony of Connecticut in New-England,, 1751
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