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The following address having been refused to be inserted by the printers of two daily papers, the Gazetteer, and public advertiser, I am under a necessity to apply to my fellow-citizens in this manner. How weak must be the cause, and how corrupt the intention, when such mean articles are not only attempted, but practised, to stop the voice of truth? Despise, O citizens, both the corrupters and the corrupted, and enquire into the facts referred to in the following address. To the worthy livery of the city of London. Gentlemen, as a general meeting is called to consider of proper persons to represent you in the ensuing Parliament, ...

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[London : s.n., 1754?]

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ESTC T222630


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