Remarks on the examiner and examination of the critical review of the liberties of British subjects, &c. :
With a further account of the P-rl-ry and m-l-y persecutions of the subjects of I-d in general, of the loyal citizens of Dublin in particular, which attended the late proscription of Charles Lucas, now an exile for the cause of truth ... By the author of the critical review, &c.
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[Dublin?] : Printed for J. Tell-Truth in Fleet-street, [1750?]
'The critical review of the liberties of British subjects' is entered under Gentleman of the Middle-Temple.
A reply to Sir Richard Cox's 'Examination'.
The London edition of 1750 was entitled 'Remarks on the examination and examiner of the critical review'.
The bookseller's name in the imprint is fictitious.
Physical description: ,84 p. ; 8vo
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