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THIS edition of the celebrated Letters of Junius
more complete one than any yet published. In what is called the author's own edition, THREE FOURTHS of the Letter respecting the Bill of Rights, the most important one in the collection, were omitted. All thefe omissions are restored to their proper places, in this cdition.
FOURTEEN LETTERS are also added to this edition : They are either Letters written by Junius, or Letters to which he has replied; and, on that account, justice seemed to require, that they should be ranged along with his answers to them. These Letters are marked with a star. A variety of Explanatory Notes have also been added; some of which have been noticed in the contents ; but the whole of them were too numerous to be so distinguished.
It is proper to observe, that the Letters figned Philo Junius were written by