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Letter, dated London 20 March 1723, directed a Monsieur Monsieur [sic] Gordon

Letter, dated London 20 March 1723, directed a Monsieur Monsieur [sic] Gordon

banquier à Bologne, with draughts of two affidavits inclosed, prepared here, to be sworn by Mr. Gordon at Bologne, and Mr. Birmingham at Paris : with depositions of Anthony Sanderson and Roger Garth, taken before the Lord Carteret the 30th of March 1723, relating to the intercepting the aforesaid letter : laid before the House of Commons by His Majesty"s command

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Published by Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Issued as a Parliamentary paper.

Statementpublish"d by order of the House of Commons. --
ContributionsGordon, Monsieur Monsieur, banquier à Bologne
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18705003M

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A Letter dated London, 20 Marchdirected a Monsieur Monsieur [sic] Gordon, banquier à Bologne: with draughts of two affidavits inclosed, prepared here to be sworn by Mr.

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