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Book Description

"The following little tract having been much admired for the plain and intelligible manner in which it states the question now before the public, it is reprinted by some friends to the Constitution, and it is not doubted but, that the Author, whoever he is, will excuse, on account of the object, the liberty taken in doing this without his consent". Urging a curb on the Royal Prerogative (and 'addressed' to William Pitt the Younger) and the Power of Parliament. ESTC T177231. #20529.
Author "Whoever he is"
Date 1784
Binding Rebound in Marbled paper covered boards over cloth spine. Paper title label to upper cover.
Publisher Anon.
Condition Small loss of Shakespeare quotation on the title page form area of soiling. Slight soiling elsewhere. Good wide margins.
Pages 24pp. (last blank). 20.5cm.

Price: £20.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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