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#Letter from a person of honour in France, concerning the late transactions in England, in reference to the rights of the people in electing of parliaments. And also reasons the case, answering some objections made against the late King, and his posterity.#

##S. E.## Letter from a person of honour in France, concerning the late transactions in England, in reference to the rights of the people in electing of parliaments. And also reasons the case, answering some objections made against the late King, and his posterity. S. E.

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  1. LETTER From a Perſon of Honour in FRANCE, concer••ng The late Tranſactions in England, in Reference to the Rights of the People in Ele•••ng of Parliaments. And alſo reaſons the Caſe, anſwering ſome Objections made againſt the late KING, And his POSTERITY.

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