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A Proclamation ... [concerning a] Seditious Libel ... Intituled, An Account of the Proceedings of the House of Commons in Relation to the Recoining the Clipp'd Money, and Falling the Price of Guineas

Author: King William III

Source: By the King, A Proclamation ... [concerning] a False, Scandalous, and Seditious Libel, and Destructive to the Freedom and Liberties of Parliament, Intituled, An Account of the Proceedings of the House of Commons in Relation to the Recoining the Clipp'd Money, and Falling the Price of Guineas (London: 1696).

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT01850

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