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Reasons why a party among us, and also among the confederates, are obstinately bent against a treaty of peace with the French at this time.
By the author of the Reasons for putting an end to this expensive war.

APA Citation

Defoe, D. (1711). Reasons why a party among us, and also among the confederates, are obstinately bent against a treaty of peace with the French at this time. [London]: J. Baker.

MLA Citation

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Reasons Why a Party Among Us, And Also Among the Confederates, Are Obstinately Bent Against a Treaty of Peace With the French At This Time. [London]: J. Baker, 1711.

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