A letter to Sir Humphrey Mackworth, on his book in vindication of the House of Commons /
by a true lover of his countrey, and constitution of laws, liberties, and properties of all English men [i.e. W.K.].
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Mackworth, Humphrey, > Sir, > 1657-1727. > Peace at home; or, A vindication of the proceedings of the honourable the House of Commons.
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Signed (p. 7): William Killigrew.
Largely an attack by Sir William Killgrew's son William on the Lincolnshire members of Parliament for their conduct in regard to the father's controversial draining of a large amount of fen land.
"Price Four Pence."
With: Mackworth's "Vindication of the rights of the Commons of England," 1701.
Physical description: , 7,  p. ; 34 cm. (folio)
Citations/References: ESTC, N33883
Caption title: Letter to Sir Humphrey Mackworth's book in vindication of the House of Commons