Letter, [n.d., Paris?], to Mr. Marron, [Paris].


Letter, [n.d., Paris?], to Mr. Marron, [Paris].

Sends Marron a fourth number [of an article?] which he hopes will defend the cause against Burke.

1 p. 17 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7393322

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