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The Jacobite at Tempt of 1719. Letters of James Butler, Second Duke of Ormonde, Relating to Cardinal Alberoni's Project for the Invasion of Great Britain on Behalf of the Stuarts, And to the Landing of a Spanish Expedition in Scotland

By James Butler Ormonde

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Title: The Jacobite at Tempt of 1719. Letters of James Butler, Second Duke of Ormonde, Relating to Cardinal Alberoni's Project for the Invasion of Great Britain on Behalf of the Stuarts, And to the Landing of a Spanish Expedition in Scotland  
Author: James Butler Ormonde
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Language: English
Subject: Language, Philology, Linguistics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
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1895
Publisher: Printed at the University Press, by T. and Archibald Constable & Co. for the Scottish History Society

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Ormonde, J. B. (1895). The Jacobite at Tempt of 1719. Letters of James Butler, Second Duke of Ormonde, Relating to Cardinal Alberoni's Project for the Invasion of Great Britain on Behalf of the Stuarts, And to the Landing of a Spanish Expedition in Scotland. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.org/


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208 leters, 23 addressed to Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, and 57 to Cardinal Alberoni.

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