A short answer to the many groundless suggestions :
belch'd-out in two several pamphlets; the one, call'd, A dissuasive against Jacobitisme. The other, Some new proofs, by which it appears, that the Pretender is truly James the III. Together, with a letter writ to an Italian lord, by a noble Venetian ... Faithfully translated out of Italian in English; and publish'd by a sincere lover to peace and truth.
|Main Creator:||J. B. C.|
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Dublin : printed and sold by E. Waters, 1713.
Signed: J. B. C.
'A dissuasive from Jacobitism', 1713, is by John Shute Barrington, Viscount Barrington; 'Some new proofs, by which it appears that the Pretender is truly James the Third', 1713, is by Sir Thomas Burnett.
Bound with: A report of the Committee of the Lower House of Convocation [1717?], see Church of England : Convocation : Province of Caterbury.
Physical description: 40 p. ; 8vo