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Cambridge, Printed By John Field, Printer to the famous University, 1657, 1st Edition. Hardcover, 4to 11" - 13" tall,  209 pp.
Minimum quantity for "Vere, Francis : The Commentaries of Sr. Francis Vere, being diverse Pieces of Service, wherein he had Command, written by himself in Way of Commentary. Published by William Dillingham" is 1.
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Vere, Francis : The Commentaries of Sr. Francis Vere, being diverse Pieces of Service, wherein he had Command, written by himself in Way of Commentary. Published by William Dillingham
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