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A Fair Trial of the Important Question, or the Rights of Election Asserted, Against the Doctrine of Incapacity by Expulsion, or by Resolution, upon true constitutional principles, the real law of Parliament, the common right of the subject, and the determinations of the House of commons. In which, two pamphlets, entituled, The case of the late Middlesex election, considered, andc. -and, Serious considerations upon a late important determination, are fully examined and answered., 1769

 Item — Volume: 124


  • 1769

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