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William Fox's A call to the people of Great Britain, to refrain from the use of West India sugar and rum, 1791
A call to the people of Great Britain, to refrain from the use of West India sugar and rum. : [Eight lines from Cowper].
Fox, William, active 1791-1813Crafton, William Bell
Y1791 .Fox Cal c.2
Printed in the year 1791
Anonymous. By William Fox. Formerly attributed to William Bell Crafton. Also published in the same year under the title ’An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum’. Signatures: A⁶.
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12 p. ; 21 cm. (12mo)
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