A Vindication Of Gen. Richard Smith, Chairman Of The House Of Commons, As To His Competency To Preside Over And Direct, An Investigation Into The Best by Joseph PriceA Vindication Of Gen. Richard Smith, Chairman Of The House Of Commons, As To His Competency To Preside Over And Direct, An Investigation Into The Best by Joseph Price

A Vindication Of Gen. Richard Smith, Chairman Of The House Of Commons, As To His Competency To…

byJoseph Price

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National Library of Scotland

T202077

Signed: Joseph Price. With a half-title. "Correspondence. A letter from Mr. Joseph Price, to Mr. Benjamin Lacam, on the subject of his complaint against Governor Hastings, addressed tothe proprietors of East India Stock" (caption title) begins separate pagination; registration begins with quire 2a.

London : printed in the year, 1783. [4],192,28p. ; 8°
Title:A Vindication Of Gen. Richard Smith, Chairman Of The House Of Commons, As To His Competency To…Format:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 7.44 × 9.69 × 0.49 inPublished:August 6, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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