A Letter Concerning Libels, Warrants, the Seisure of Papers: And Sureties for the Peace Or Behaviour; with a View to Some Late Proceedings, and the Defence of Them by the Majority, Volume 9
London: printed for J. Almon. And, Dublin, re-printed for John Exshaw - 98 pages
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