The deplorable case of Margaret Baliol, and her sisters, daughters of Peter Baliol Esq., deceased: most humbly offered to the great Justice and Confederation of the Knights, Citizens, and Burgess, in the Honourable Parliament Assembled.
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Concerning the orphans of Peter Baliol (Margaret Baliol and her sisters) and their rights to their late fathers' estate.
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[London? : s.n., n.d., ca. 1706?].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Mounted on secondary sheet and bound with NLI Call number EPH D641, with two engraved plates similar to NLI Call number ET A400 [which is entitled "Lucan House in the Co. of Dublin. Most Humbly Inscribed to the Right Hon.ble [Honorable] Agmondisham Vesey, by Tho.s [Thomas] Milton. Published as the Act directs 1st. Jan. 1783 by J. Walter, Charing Cross, London for the Author T. Milton in Dublin. J.J. Barralet, Del. T. Milton. Sculp"] and ET A411 [Marino : most humbly inscribed to the Earl of Charlemont, Receiving General and Commander in Chief of the Volunteer Forces of the whole Kingdom of Ireland. F. [Francis] Wheatly delin. ; T. Milton sculp.] attached.
Physical description: 1 sheet,  p. ; 1/2⁰ [36.3 x 22.5 cm].
Citations/References: ESTC N70098.
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