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BURDETT, Sir Francis (1770--1844)
Sir, I beg leave respectfully to solicit your vote and interest at the approaching election for the county of Middlesex. The grounds upon which alone I can expect or desire any man's support upon this occasion, are contained in my general address to the county; which I therefore subjoin for your individual consideration, ...
[London]: printed by A. Wilson, Duke Street, [1806].
[4] p. ; 26.1 cm. (4°)

Folded half-sheet, conjugate leaf blank. Signed and dated 'Francis Burdett. Piccadilly, October 25, 1806'. Voting took place during November 1806.

Copy Notes Previously folded and sealed as a letter, addressed in ink John Soane Esq / 12 Lincoln's Inn Field, red postal frank '30+OC 1806 Two Penny Paid'.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6080


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