seqq.

seqq.

abbr. Latin
sequentia (the following [things])
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seqq.

abbreviation for
sequentia
[Latin: the following (ones)]
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On the Pacific equivalent, see Parnaby, Britain and the Labour Trade in the South-West Pacific (Duke UP, 1964), 166 et seqq.
de Ferdinand Dejean (Catalogue of the minor part of the library of Ferdinand Dejean etc.), Leiden: Luzac et van Damme, 1790, Landesbiblithek Oldenburg, Officina, Luzac et van Damme, ad diem 22 Novembris & seqq. 1790.
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539 seqq.), prefers to call him Adjutant-General.] More properly perhaps this was the position of the Mir Bakhshi, who had other bakhshis under him.
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