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Reasons for a war; From the imminent danger with which Europe is threatned, by the exorbitant power of the House of Bourbon; and the necessity of giving immediate assistance to the House of Austria, and the empire. Humbly address'd to the Parliament of Great-Britain.

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Some seasonable reflections upon the eminent danger to which the liberties of Europe are exposed.


[Dublin] : London, printed: and re-printed in Dublin, by George Faulkner, in Essex-Street, opposite to the Bridge, 1734.

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35,[1]p. ; 80.

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ESTC T168455



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