Nationality and naturalization report from Her Majesty"s Charge d"Affaires at Athens, including atranslation of the Greek Law of Control, July 27 (August 8), 1895, respecting naturalization in Greece. by Great Britain. Legation (Greece).

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"In continuation of Miscellaneous no. 5(1895)".

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SeriesMiscellaneous no. 1 (1896); C. 7969
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