The conduct of the Dutch, relating to their breach of treaties with England

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Sida 148 - JAMES'S the 23? day of November 1761. p"-~r PRESENT < TR v \ / The Kings most Excellent Majesty in Council Upon reading this day at the Board, a Report from the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council for Plantation Affairs, dated the 21" of this Instant, in the Words following — Viz?
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