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Chains of slavery. A work wherein the clandestine and villianous attempts of princes to ruin liberty are pointed out, and the dreadful scenes of despotism disclosed. To which is prefixed An address to the electors of Great Britain, in order to draw their timely Attention to the Choice of proper Representatives in the next Parliament.
- Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793.
- MDCCLXXIV. 
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Also known as
Chaines de l'esclavage. English
London : printed for T. Becket, Corner of the Adelphi, in the Strand; T. Payne, at the Mews Gate; J. Almon, in Piccadilly; and Richardson & Urquhart, near the Royal Exchange, MDCCLXXIV. 
xii,,259,p. ; 4⁰.
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