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Reasons humbly offered for passing the bill now tendred, for encouraging the taking of prizes from the French King, and for explaining an act made in the first year of their now Majesties reign, for prohibiting all trade and commerce with France

Reasons humbly offered for passing the bill now tendred, for encouraging the taking of prizes from the French King, and for explaining an act made in the first year of their now Majesties reign, for prohibiting all trade and commerce with France

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Date: 1694?]
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Dealers penciled note "before 1694".
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Evidently printed not before February 1690 (beginning of 2nd year of William and Mary) and not after December 1694 (death of Queen Mary).
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1 broadside
33 x 21 cm
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 2021820
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