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#An answer to the excellent and elegant speech made by Sir Thomas Player, the worthy chamberlain of London, to the Right Honble [sic] the Lord mayor, etc. on Friday the 12th of September, 1679 / by H. B. ... Answer to the excellent and elegant speech made by Sir Thomas Player ... on Friday the 12th of September, 1679#

##H. B., Citizen of London.## An answer to the excellent and elegant speech made by Sir Thomas Player, the worthy chamberlain of London, to the Right Honble [sic] the Lord mayor, etc. on Friday the 12th of September, 1679 / by H. B. ... Answer to the excellent and elegant speech made by Sir Thomas Player ... on Friday the 12th of September, 1679 H. B., Citizen of London.

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  1. AN ANSWER TO The Excellent and Elegant SPEECH MADE BY Sir Thomas Player, The Worthy Chamberlain of London, To the Right Honble the Lord Mayor, &c. On Friday the 12th of September, 1679. By H. B. an unworthy Member of the ſaid Citie; but could not be heard or underſtood then.

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