Anglo-Portuguese relations papers, 1739-1762.


Anglo-Portuguese relations papers, 1739-1762.

Anglo-Portuguese relations papers, 1739-1762.

Correspondence and documents concerning diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Portugal.

1.54 linear feet (3 boxes)

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