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|Named Person:||George Savile, Sir; Andrew Kippis; John Byng Torrington, Viscount; William Petty Lansdowne, Marquis of; Edmund Burke|
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|Notes:||8⁰ in 4s: [A]⁴ B-N⁴.
In four "numbers," each with special title, but with continuous pagination & signing. Opposes the economic & parliamentary reform & religious toleration supported by Savile, Burke, etc.
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"Books printed for Fielding and Walker ..." p..
|Description:||pages [4̲] 2-18[19-20]21-35[36-38]39-59[60-62]63-90 99-103 [1̲] ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||no. 1. The motives for tolerating the Papists, &c. candidly discussed; The inveterate and absurd conduct of opposition explained; Sir George Savile's character delineated; With some strictures on Doctor Kippis.--no. 2. Faction and opposition defined. The difference in both historically stated. Gratitude overpowered by vanity exemplified in the conduct of Byng. The Carthaginian and Rockingham factions assimilated.--no. 3. Leaders of faction and keepers of wild beasts assimilated. A sketch of Lord Shelburne. A more finished drawing of Burke. The spirit of the minority pensioners speeches upon the tax that threatens them. A hint to the Corporation of London. Reformation upon a wide scale.--no. 4. [Contents not listed] "By an independent freeholder of Hertford.|
|Responsibility:||by an independent freeholder.|
- Savile, George, -- Sir, -- 1726-1784.
- Kippis, Andrew, -- 1725-1795.
- Torrington, John Byng, -- Viscount, -- 1742?-1813.
- Lansdowne, William Petty, -- Marquis of, -- 1737-1805.
- Burke, Edmund, -- 1729-1797.
- Dissenters, Religious -- England.
- Freedom of religion -- Great Britain.
- Civil list -- Great Britain.
- Great Britain. -- Parliament -- Reform.
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1760-1789.