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The Privileges of an Englishman in the Kingdoms and Dominions of Portugal. Contain'd in the Treaty of Peace Concluded by Oliver Cromwell; And Various Laws, Decrees, ... Made by the King of Portugal,210
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British Library T084047 Parallel titlepage and texts in English and Portuguese. With a half-title. London : printed for the translator, and sold at the Portugal Coffee-house in Swithin's-Alley, at the north-east corner of the Royal-Exchange, 1736. xv,,117,p. ; 8
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