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J on pages Copy of letter from [A. Campbell] 3rd Duke of Argyll to Sir John Cope; n.d. Aug ], enclosed in General Cope's letter of 13 Aug. to Henry Pelham regarding the arrival of Charles. I cannot recollect anything that is worth notice till I was six or seven years of age.
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