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If there are misplaced commas, they are on his conscience. In all other respects,
the responsibility is mine. Genealogical Research in England's Public Record
Office: A Guide for xiv viewed the manuscript. Their comments have greatly en2.
Additional help is provided by Grace Hyam and Jean-Marie LeBlanc's Manuscript
Division (Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, 1984), and the Public Archives of
Canada's Manuscript Division's General Inventory: Manuscripts, Vol.
Manuscript Division. General Inventory: Manuscripts, vol. 2, MG11-MG16. Ottawa:
1976. Public Archives of Canada. Manuscript Division. Manuscript Division, by
Grace Hyam and Jean-Marie LeBlanc. Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, 1984.
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