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The Resource A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England. : Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country, (electronic resource)

A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England. : Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country, (electronic resource)

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A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England. : Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country
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A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England.
Title remainder
Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country
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eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 160a
  • 4579
  • 1086
  • T94068
Citation source
  • Moore
  • Goldsmiths'
  • Hanson
  • English Short Title Catalog
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patent document
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1661?-1731
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Defoe, Daniel
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Palatines
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A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England. : Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country, (electronic resource)
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Note
  • Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Moore, Novak). Attribution disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe de-attributions
  • Price on title page: Price 6d
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
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ESTCT94068
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80.
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unknown
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[2],50pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006364093
  • (Uk-ES)006364093
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A Brief history of the poor palatine refugees, lately arriv'd in England. : Containing I. A full answer to all objections made against receiving them; and plain and convincing proofs, that the accession of foreigners is a manifest advantage to Great Britain, and no detriment to any of Her Majesty's native subjects. II. A relation of their deplorable condition; and how they came to be reduc'd to such extremities. III. A description of the country from whence they came. IV. An account of their numbers. V. By what methods they have been subsisted. VI. How they may be dispos'd of, to the honour and service of the Queen's Majesty, the glory and profit of this kingdom, and the advantage of themselves and posterities. and VII. An exact list of the names of the commissioners and trustees appointed by Her Majesty, for receiving and disposing of the money to be collected for the subsistance and settlement of the said palatines. In a letter to a friend in the country, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Moore, Novak). Attribution disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe de-attributions
  • Price on title page: Price 6d
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT94068
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2],50pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006364093
  • (Uk-ES)006364093

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