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Add tags for "An heroic epistle to the right honourable the Lord Craven: on his delivering the following sentence at the county meeting at Abingdon, on Tuesday November 7, "I will have it known there is respect due to a lord."". Be the first. his delivering the following SENTENCE at the COUNTY MEETING at ABINGDON, on TUESDAY November 7, "I WILL HAVE IT KNOWN THERE IS RESPECT DUE TO A LORD." "_Room for my LORD! Virtue stand by and bow._" Churchill. THE THIRD EDITION. _LONDON:_ Printed for JOHN WHEEBLE, No. 22, Fleet-Street. M,DCC,LXXVI. AN. HEROIC EPISTLE. TO. LORD CRAVEN. An heroic epistle to the Right Honourable The Lord Craven, on his delivering the following sentence, at the county meeting at Abingdon, on Tuesday November 7, "I Author: William Combe. Transcribed from: Combe, William, An heroic epistle to the Right Honourable the Lord Craven, on his delivering the following sentence, at the county meeting at Abingdon, on Tuesday November 7, "I will have it known there is respect due to a lord". London: Printed for John Wheble [etc.], 12 page.
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