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Booksellers And Bookselling Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Sir, I have received the third part of No Protestant plot which you were pleased to send me out of England : and I cou'd have wished the two preceding parts had accompanied it, which I don't find are to be met with in this kingdom ...
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