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The crisis: or, the Briton's Advocate. Proving, I. The fatal consequences that will certainly ensue from the snares laid by wicked and designing men, to deprive us of the invaluable Blessing of being a Free People; being a full answer to the pamphlet, call'd, Observations on a paper, intitled, The list of those Gentlemen who voted for and against the Excise; shewing, that that stupid Piece is calculated to deceive Mankind, and to bring them over to think favourably of a Scheme, which, was it ever to take Place, we may from thence bid Adien to our Rights and Liberties. II. Remarks on another pamphlet, which likewise came from the same Quarter, intitled, The rise and fall of the late projected excise scheme impartially consider'd; fully shewing the dangerous Consequence and evil Tendency thereof; and that, should it not meet with a true British Opposition, Things would be brought to a very unhappy Period. To which are annex'd, the speeches of Mr. C-r of the E-r, and J-ph D-rs, and H-y P-m, Esqrs; in Behalf of a particular Motion made by Mr. C-r of the E-r: With the Replies of Sir W-m W--d--m, Sir J-n B--n--d, and W-m P--lt--y, Esq; And Annotations on the Whole. With Considerations on the King of France's Declaration of War.
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London : printed for J. Toocky, in the Strand, and sold by the booksellers of town and country, 1733.
Pp. 46, ; 8⁰.