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Nobility -- Anecdotes -- Early works to 1800
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John the Bailiff's letter to Robin the Steward
John, the Bailiff
London : printed by J. Read in White-fryers, near Fleet-Street, [1712?]
1712?
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Pray mony or no mony, right or wrong, Irish or no Irish, bastard or no bastard, lawyer or no lawyer, bawdy or not bawdy, alive, or dead, read from the first to the last word in this present case, to the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled the humble petition of Prince Butler,
Butler, Prince
[London? : s.n., 1701?]
1701?
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Pray read from the first to the last word in this present case, nicely and attentively before giving your judgement in it, ... A malicious man makes reasons To the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, the humble petition of Prince Butler: ...
Butler, Prince
[London? : s.n., 1701?]
1701?
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Queen Elizabeths ghost: or a dream

London : printed for [A.] Baldwin near the [?]-Arms in War[wick]-Lane, 1706
1706
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