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|Notes:||Bookplate of John Selwyn.|
|Description:||30 v. in 4. 12mo-8vo.|
|Contents:||v. 1. The present conduct of the war. 1746.--An authentic account of the late expedition to Bretagne, conducted by Richard Lestock ... admiral ... and Lieut. General St. Clair. 1747.--The history of the rise, progress, and tendency of patriotism ... By a freeholder. 1747.--An enquiry into the state of affairs on the Continent. 1747.--The state of the nation consider'd, in a letter to a member of Parliament. [1745?].--Hereditary right not indefeasible ... Addressed to Jacobites of all denominations, by a true Scotchman and lover of his country. 1747.--A dissertation shewing the invalidity of all proof by similitude of hands in criminal cases ... tr. from the works of ... [Roland Le Vayer de Boutigny]. 1744.--A compleat ... account of the late revolution in Genoa. [n.d.]--Considerations concerning the expediency of a general naturalization of foreign Protestants and others. 1747.--v. 2. The state of the nation for the year 1747 and respecting 1748 [by John Carteret, earl Granville]. 1747.--Considerations relating to a new duty upon sugar. 1746.--An essay towards deciding the ... question, whether it be a national advantage to Britain to insure the ships of her enemies [by Corbyn Morris]. --A scheme for equipping and maintaining sixteen men of war ... for securing our trade from the insults of the French and Spaniards ... By a veteran. 1747.--Thoughts occasion'd by the bill printed last sessions, for the better regulating of the militia. 1747.--The case of a general officer (Brig. Gen. John Jeffreys] truly stated, with the proceedings on his trial by a general court-martial in August last. 1747.--The present conduct of the war. 1746 [2d copy]--v. 3. The state of the nation, with a general balance of the publick accounts. 1748. --A supplement to The state of the nation. 1748.--Pasquin and Marforio on the peace, being a discussion by these ... statues at Rome of the general conduct of England. [1748?]--Serious and impartial considerations on His Majesty's going abroad this summer. 1748.--A letter to the Right Honourable the E-l of T-q-r [earl of Traquair. 1747?]--v. 4. An examination of the principles ... of the two B*****rs [brothers, i.e. T. Pelham Holles, duke of Newcastle, and the Hon. Henry Pelham; by John Perceval, 2d earl of Egmont] 1749.--A letter to the author of An examination of the principles ... of the two B-----rs. 1749.--A critical ... address to a certain ... apostate [the earl of Chesterfield] on his present ... conduct at this critical juncture. [1747?]--A letter to a certain distinguished patriot [Thomas Potter] on ... his ... speech on the Seaford petition [by Horatio, baron Walpole] 1748.--A congratulatory letter to Selim, on the three letters to the Whigs. 1748.--A modest apology for my own conduct. 1748.--An impartial review of two pamphlets ... one intituled, An apology for a late resignation [of P.D. Stanhope, 4th earl of Chesterfield, as secretary of state]; the other, The resignation discussed. 1748.--Remarks on the conduct of the B*** M*** through the course of the war. 1748.--An answer from a gentleman at the Hague to a letter from his friend in London, in regard to a late resignation [of the earl of Chesterfield] 1748.|