The political constitutions of Great-Britain and Ireland, asserted and vindicated; the connection and common interest of both Kingdoms, demonstrated; and the grievances ... set forth in several addresses and letters to the free-citizens of Dublin ... now republished ... To which are added, the Censor: or, the Citizens Journal. And an appendix, containing the address of the merchants and traders, citizens of Dublin, to his Majesty, and the declarations and resolutions of several of the free and loyal corporations of that city ... for the justification of the author, Charles Lucas, ... In two volumes. ...
|Main Creator:||Lucas, Charles, 1713-1771.|
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London : Printed in the year, 1751.
Library has Vol. I-II.
Physical description: 2v.(xxii,xl,160,159-176,169-264,,265-606 p.) ; 8vo
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|Ir 32341 L 24||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|J 32341 LUC||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|