The court kalendar, for the year 1744. ...
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<:Notes>:Includes: 'An exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal', 'A list of the publick officer' 9th ed., and 'A list of His Majesty's Ships' 6th ed.: all with separate titlepages, but continuous pagination.
<:imprintFull>:London : printed and sold by Ja. Watson,, 1744. <:collation>:44,,45-84,,85-157,p. : 12°:
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