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A full answer to the Letter from a by-stander, &c. Wherein his false calculations, and misrepresentations of facts in the time of King Charles II. are refuted; and an historical account is given of all the Parliamentary aids in that reign, from the Journals of the House of Commons; the Ancient and Modern Power of the Crown, and the excessive Height to which it is risen of late, are clearly represented; and reasons offered for restoring to the freeholders of England their ancient right of chusing High Sheriffs and Justices of Peace in the County Courts, as a proper Means towards restoring the balance of our Constitution, and putting a Stop to the Progress of Corruption. By R- H-, Esq;

  • Carte, Thomas, 1686-1754.
Date
1742
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London : printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden Lyon in Ludgate-Street, 1742.

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[2],214p. ; 8⁰.

References note

ESTC T1935

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  • English


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