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An account, shewing, in numerical order, the tickets entitled to benefits in the lottery for 1,050,005l. 5s. anno 1757. With the benefits to which the said tickets are entitled. Published the special order of the managers and directors. by Various

An account, shewing, in numerical order, the tickets entitled to benefits in the lottery for 1,050,005l. 5s. anno 1757. With the benefits to which the said tickets are entitled. Published

the special order of the managers and directors. by Various

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An account, shewing, in numerical order, the tickets entitled to benefits in the lottery for 1,050,005l. 5s. anno 1757. With the benefits to which the said tickets are entitled. Published

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