The state-anatomy of Great Britain.
Containing a particular account of its several interests and parties, their bent and genius; and what each of them, with all the rest of Europe, may hope or fear from the reign and family of King George. Being a memorial sent by an intimate friend to a foreign minister, lately nominated to come for the court of England.
|Main Creator:||Toland, John, 1670-1722.|
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London : printed for John Philips; and sold by J. Brotherton, and P. Meadows, and J. Roberts, 
|Edition:||The fourth edition.|
Signed at the end 'Patricola' i.e. John Toland, and dated 'Jan. 1. 1716-17'.
Physical description: ,104p. ; 8⁰.
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