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A vindication of the ministerial conduct, of His Grace the Duke of Dorset in Ireland. (By a servant of the crown in that Kingdom.)
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A VINDICATION, &c. THE writer of this Vindication wishes to treat with respect the "Prefatory Remarks" annexed to the "Constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Clerical Association of the City of New-York," of His Grace the Duke of Dorset in Ireland.
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Ebook years later, Thomas Beaufort, Earl of Dorset, youngest son of John of Gaunt, by Katherine Swynford, was created, for life only, DUKE OF EXETER. His Grace died inwithout issue, when all his honours expired; and from that period the city of Exeter remained without a duke.