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Reeves, John, Thoughts on the English government. Addressed to the quiet good sense of the people of England. In a series of letters. Letter the second. The Design of the first Letter Vindicated -Authorities from Records, Law Writers, and others, to support its Doctrines -Hale, Coke, Clarendon, Whitlock, Hooker, Mr. Burke, Mr. Pitt, Lord Thurlow, the present Attorney-General -The Expression of three Estates, three Branches of the Legislature, and King, Lords, and Commons, Considered -Censure of Opinions from Montesquieu, Locke, and other Philosophising Politicians -Criticism on Blackstone and Wooddeson -Defence of the Paragraph prosecuted as Libellous -The Author's Accusers proved guilty of Praemunire -The Author's Political Creed delivered in Nineteen Propositions -Expostulations on the Prosecution of Mr. Reeves., 1799

 Item — Volume: 88


  • 1799

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