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Scrapbook E (Part I) >> [Page 38] >> A Touching Instance of Motherly Affection / Limitation of the Royal Prerogative (Two Items)

Item informationTitle: A Touching Instance of Motherly Affection / Limitation of the Royal Prerogative (Two Items)
Genre: History
Publication informationVolume: E (Part I)
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    Resource Identifier: SE1_18xx_148
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    ''A Touching Instance of Motherly Affection''

    Boston Evening Transcript, XXV (Jan. 16, 1854), 1.

    Salem Register (Jan. 19, 1854), 1.

    Washington Sentinel, I (Jan. 26, 1854), 2.

    Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, LXV (Jan. 28, 1854), 1.

    Hartford Times, XXXVIII (Feb. 25, 1854), 4.

    Portland Weekly Advertiser, LIV (Mar. 14, 1854), 4.






    Description ''Mary, Countess of Orkney, was deaf and dumb, and ...''

    Clipping reads: [rule] | A TOUCHING INSTANCE OF MOTHERLY AFFECTION. | [text of ''A Touching Instance of Motherly Affection''] | [rule] | LIMITATIONS OF THE ROYAL PREROGATIVE | [text of ''Limitations of the Royal Prerogative'']
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