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Author: Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703.
Title: A copy of two letters which Richard Stafford had intended to have delivered unto the King and Queen: but not being admitted by the yeomen of the guard, he left them on the rails of the back- stairs at White-Hall, on January 26, 1689/90 : in each of which was inclosed a printed paper, entituled, A supplemental tract of government, referred to the consideration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, January 4, in the year aforementioned.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A copy of two letters which Richard Stafford had intended to have delivered unto the King and Queen: but not being admitted by the yeomen of the guard, he left them on the rails of the back- stairs at White-Hall, on January 26, 1689/90 : in each of which was inclosed a printed paper, entituled, A supplemental tract of government, referred to the consideration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, January 4, in the year aforementioned.
Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703.

[London: s.n., 1690]
Subject terms:
Church and state -- England.
Great Britain -- History
Stafford, Richard, -- 1663-1703. -- Supplemental tract of government.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93735.0001.001

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A Copy of two Letters which Richard Stafford had intended to have delivered unto the King and Queen, but not being admitted by the Yeomen of the Guard, he left them on the Rails of the back-Stairs at White-Hall, on January 26. 1689/96. In each of which was inclosed a Printed Paper, Entituled, A Supplemental Tract of Government, referred to the Conside∣ration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, January 4. in the Year aforementioned.
To his Excellent Majesty, King William.
To her Excellent Majesty, Queen Mary.
The CASE of Richard Stafford humbly offered to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament.