Peace, or poverty.
Being a serious vindication of Her Majesty and her ministers consenting to a treaty for a general peace. Shewing the reasonableness, and even necessity, there was for such a procedure.
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[Dublin] : London: printed, and sold by John Morphew; and re-printed at the Old Post-Office in Fish-shamble-street, 1712.
Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Crossley, Trent, Hutchins, Moore, Novak ("probably")). Attribution disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe de-attributions.
Physical description: 15,p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Moore, 229
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