LI. Observations concerning the body of his late Majesty, October 26, 1760

@article{NichollsLIOC,
  title={LI. Observations concerning the body of his late Majesty, October 26, 1760},
  author={Frank Harold Nicholls and George Parker},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={265 - 275}
}
My Lord, The Inclosed papers have been laid before the Lord Chamberlain, for his majesty's inspection; and his Majesty's answer was, That he saw no reason, why they may not be made public. 
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