A fourth letter to the people of England. :
On the conduct of the M-rs in alliances, fleets, and armies, since the first differences on the Ohio, to the taking of Minorca by the French.
|Main Creator:||Shebbeare, John, 1709-1788.|
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London : printed for M. Collier, 1756.
Anonymous. By John Shebbeare.
With a half-title.
In this edition, the last line p.57 ends: Eight; line 7 p.105 begins: Force in perpetrating.
With: A first letter to the people of England. On the present situation and conduct of national affairs. [By J. Shebbeare.] 4th ed. 56 p. 8vo. London, 1756.
With: A second letter ... on foreign subsidies, subsidiary armies, and their consequences to this nation. [By J. Shebbeare.] , 56 p. 8vo. pr. for J. Scott, 1755.
With: A third letter ... on liberty, taxes, and the application of public money. [By J. Shebbeare.] , 60 p. 8vo. pr. for J. Scott, 1756.
With: A fifth letter ... on the subversion of the constitution: and the necessity of it's being restored. [By J. Shebbeare]. p. , 100. 8vo. pr. for J. Morgan, 1757.
Physical description: ,111,p. ; 8⁰.
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