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To the most honourable, honourable [sic] and worthy members of both Houses of Parliament, more especially those who have interest in mines in any part this kingdom. : The humble representation and address of the the petitioners for the Bill for preventing multiplicity of vexatious suits, and for settling and ascertaining a certain antient and customary tyth in the county of Derby, according to the tenor, equity and establishment of divers decrees in chancery, grounded on solemn tryals at common-law

London? : , 1670

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