A faithful account of the late proceedings and outrages of the people at Edinburgh and Glasgow :
in consequence of an intention of relaxing the popery laws of Scotland. Written by persons of candour on the spot. To which are added, the petition of the Roman Catholics of Scotland to Parliament, with the debates thereon ; an abstract of the Scotch penal laws; a letter from Edmund Burke, Esq. to Mr. Bowie, Chairman of the Committee for the Protestant Interest in Scotland.
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[Dublin] : London printed, and Dublin: reprinted by Wogan, Bean, and Pike, 1779.
Physical description: ,62 p. ; 8vo
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