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Reflexoens Sobre a Questa Entre OS Estados Unidos, E a Fran a Offerecidas Por Roberto Goodloe Harper ... Aos Seus Constituintes, Em Maio de 1797. Philadelphia. Traduzidas Em Portuguez ...319
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Bodleian Library (Oxford) T196733 A translation of Harper's 'Observations on the dispute between the United States and France', first printed in Philadelphia in 1797. The imprint is false?. With a half-title. Londres, 1798. ,322p. ; 8
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