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Lot 342
PAMPHLETS [PERCEVAL (JOHN, Earl of Egmont] An Examination of the Principles, and an Enquiry into the Conduct, of the Two B****rs; in Regard to the Establishment of their Power, 1749; and others (quantity)
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PAMPHLETS
[PERCEVAL (JOHN, Earl of Egmont] An Examination of the Principles, and an Enquiry into the Conduct, of the Two B****rs; in Regard to the Establishment of their Power, half-title [Goldsmiths 8454], A. Price, 1749--[WALPOLE (HORATIO)] Two Letters Publish'd in Old England, B. Cowse, 1743; The Case of the Hessian Forces, in the Pay of Great-Britain... Examin'd, [Goldsmiths 6923], R. Francklin, 1731--[HARE (FRANCIS) The Allies and Late Ministry Defended Against France, 4 parts in one vol., half-titles to parts 2-4 (as called for), Egbert Sanger, 1712--[POVEY (CHARLES)] An Inquiry Into the Miscarriages of the Four Last Years Reign, second edition, (Kress 2918; Goldsmiths 5181), for the Author, 1714--A Compleat View of the Present Politicks of Great-Britain in a Letter From a German Nobleman to his Friend at Vienna, Dublin, George Faulkner, 1743--[WINNINGTON (THOMAS)] An Apology for the Conduct of the Late Celebrated Second-Rate Minister, W. Webb, [1746]--Considerations on the Definitive Treaty, Signed at Aix la Chappelle, October 7/18th, 1748, J. Roberts, 1748--[DUCKETT (GEORGE] A Summary of All the Religious Houses in England and Wales, J. Knapton and T. Childe, 1717--[EARBERY (MATHIAS)] An Historical Account of the Advantages That Have Accrued to England, by the Succession in the Illustrious House of Hanover, 1722; The Second Part..., 1721, 2 parts in one vol.--[HOADLY (BENJAMIN)] An Enquiry into the Reasons of Great Britain, [Kress 3700; Goldsmiths 6501], James Roberts, 1725, disbound, 8vo; and approximately 80 others (quantity)
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