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Guide to the Fenton G. Bellamy Collection
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"Part of a Chart of History Written by Grandpapa Fenton (William)", n.d.

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Charles Revill Bellamy, British subject,Passport no. 18030, 1897

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William Fenton, Passeport Republique Francaise, no. 19307, 1852

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William Fenton & Walker (15 yrs. old), Passeport no.4395, 1830

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The Arithmetical Examiner, by William Fenton, ca. 1830

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Enlistment Paper of Francisco Fittipalto, 1801

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Mercurius Domesticus, or Newes Both from City and Country, no.1, 1679

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The Fire of London, 1666

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Mercurius publicus : comprising the sum of forraign intelligence; with the affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland. , 1660

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The Commonwealth Mercury, 1658

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The Scotch mercury, communicating the affairs of Scotland, and the northern parts : and come over to accommodate the late differences. , no.1, 1643

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Newes out of Ireland : to which is added a catalogue of the names of the Lords that subscribed to levie horse to assist His Majesty in defence of his royall person, the two houses of Parliament, and the Protestant religion. , 1642

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The Publick Newes, 1641