Faults on both sides; or, an Essay upon the original cause, progress, and mischievous consequences of the factions in this nation. :
Shewing that the heads ... on both sides, have always impos'd upon the credulity of their respective parties, in order to compass their own selfish designs, at the expence of the peace ... of the nation ... By way of answer to [Hoadly's] the Thoughts of an honest Tory /
[by Benjamin Hoadly] ... ; [variously ascribed to Richard Harley, Clements, Sec. to the Earl of Peterborough, and to Defoe].
|Main Creator:||Harley, Richard, fl. 1710.|
|Published / Created:||
London : printed: and re-printed for, and sold by M. Gunne ..., 1710.
|Edition:||The fourth edition.|
Ascribed also to Daniel Defoe and to Simon Clement, secretary to the Earl of Peterborough.
Physical description: 32 p. ; 4to
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|Dix Dublin 1710||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|
|P 740||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|