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|Title: ||A familiar instructive dialogue, which happened last week, at a tavern near the Royal-Exchange, between an eminent merchant of Dunkirk, one of their great politicians there and an English Member of Parliament, ... wherein a great deal of the political designs of the court of France ... and touching the present imaginary peace are set in a true light, designed for the timely information of the publick ... and humbly addressed to all true English Members|
|Authors: ||Citizen of London.|
|Keywords: ||Great Britain Politics and government 1727-1760.|
|Issue Date: ||1748|
|Citation: ||London : [s.n.]|
57 p. ; 19 cm.
|Series/Report no.: ||18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection|
|Description: ||narrow margins, text is lost in the binding.|
|Appears in Collections:||18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection|
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