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A Further Vindication of the Honour and Privileges of the Commons of Great Britain : With the Case of Place-Men in Parliament, Reconsidered Seriously and Impartially

By Marchmont, Hugh Hume, Earl Of

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Title: A Further Vindication of the Honour and Privileges of the Commons of Great Britain : With the Case of Place-Men in Parliament, Reconsidered Seriously and Impartially  
Author: Marchmont, Hugh Hume, Earl Of
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Language: English
Subject: Elections, Ballot, Voting.
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1741
Publisher: London; Printed for J. Roberts

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Hume, Earl Of, 1708-1794. Serious Exhortation To The Electors Of Great Britai, M. H., & Importance Of The Approaching Elections Is Particularly Proved From Our Present Situation Both At Home And Abroad, W. T. (1741). A Further Vindication of the Honour and Privileges of the Commons of Great Britain : With the Case of Place-Men in Parliament, Reconsidered Seriously and Impartially. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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Includes advertising matter ; Digitized from the holdings of the Metropolitan Toronto Library, Social Sciences Department

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Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries ; Queen's University Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library

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