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Ibid. vol. 3 8. Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting Falkland's Islands (1771)
Ibid. 4. The Patriot; addressed to the Electors of Great Britain (1774) 5. Taxation no Tyranny; an Answer to the Resolutions and Ad. dress of the American Congress (1775)
Ibid. *+ THE LETTERS OF JUNIUS, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1774 The same Work, with Portraits, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1805 LEVELLER; or the Principles and Maxims concerning Government and Religion, asserted by the Levellers, 4to.
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Prerogative of the King and People, 4to. Lond. 1644 † LOCKE (John) on Government.
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Unlicensed Printing. Prose Works, 8vo.and 4to. vol. 1 Milton's Tenure of Kings and Magistrates : proving that it
is lawful to call to Account a Tyrant or. Wicked
King, and put him to death. Ibid. 8vo. vol. 2. 410. vol. 1 Milton's Ready and Easy Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth.
Ibid. 8vo. vol. 3. 4to. vol. 1 Milton's Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes :
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i Lond. 1806 Colquhoun, (P.) Treatise on the Police of the Thames, 8vo.
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defence of the British West-Indies, by CAPTAIN LAY
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War between Great Britain and the United States.
BY ALEXANDER BARING.
SIR F. M. EDEN, Bart.
.: caster's System of Education, BY JOHN BOWLES.
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4. Subject of Tythes, BY THE REV. H. B. DUDLEY.
Systems of Education, BY JOSEPH Fox.
in Christ's Hospital, By the Rev. Dawson WARREN.
1. A Review of the Political State of Europe.
W. A. MILES.
- Force of the Country.
for the Line, BY SAMUEL BRIDGE.
Defence, By ihe EARL of SELKIRK.
Vol. VI. 1. A Sketch of the Causes and Consequences of the late emi
gration to the Brazils, by R. RYLANCE.
tugal, to the Brazils.
5. Principles of Negociation between England, France, and
or danger of a Peace with France, by WILLIAM
opening a Negociation in the year 1807, by the same.
Vol. VIII. 1. Concerning the Relations of Great Britain, Spain, and
Portugal, to each other, and to the common Enemy,
by W. WORDSWORTH.
John MOORE, at Corunna, By HENRY MILBURNE.
Whitbread's Motion, relative to the American Govern-
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under the Right Hon. EARL of CHATHAM.
the Right Hon. J. H. Frere and Sir John Moore.
ence of the Crown, by the Right Hon. G. Rose.
case of KEMP against WICKES, for refusing to bury an
Minister. . .
and Securing Charitable Donations, by A. HIGHMORE.
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