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Context of Some farther proofs, where by it appears that the Pretender is truly James the Third. : Containing, Among many other curious Articles, I. A Letter wrote in the Year 1697, relating to the Pretender's Birth. II. An Account of the Pretended Birth, and a Description of the Q-'s Bed-Chamber; with Remarks on the Depositions taken before K. James II. III. Two Songs, and a merry Piece, called, The Miracle, set to an old Tune. IV. Queries stated by the learned Mr. L-y, to some great Lawyers, with Answers there to, relating to the Pretender's Claim to the Throne of Great Britain. V. The Lives of Lambert Simnel, Perkin Warbeck, and Ralph Wilford, three different Pretenders to King Henry Viith's Crown. VI. Fair Warning - to the late Queen Anne. Vii. The famous British Ambassadress's Speech to the French King. The whole illustrated with notes and observations never before publish'd
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