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A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out /

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  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs ... and the terms of a safe and honourable peace"
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration [sic] in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated, and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration [sic] in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated, and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister ; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated"@en
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  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the Conduct of the last Adminstration in Regard to Foreign Affairs fully Vindicated; and the Terms of a Safe and Honourable Peace clearly pointed out"@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated ...."
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister ; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated ; The Conduct of the last Administration in Regard to Foreign Affairs fully Vindicated ; And The Terms of a Safe and Honourable Peace clearly pointed out"@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister ; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: ..."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister ; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: ..."
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated"
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated"@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated; the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated : the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated : and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated, and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated, and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."
  • "A Letter to a Certain Foreign Minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the conduct of the last Administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out. [Signed: Britannus.]."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out /"@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated, the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out /"
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated; The Conduct of the last Administration in Regard to Foreign Affairs fully Vindicated; And The Terms of a Safe and Honourable Peace clearly pointed out"
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  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated; the conduct of the last administration with regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated; the conduct of the last administration with regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
  • "A letter to a certain foreign minister; : in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out."@en
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