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A letter of thanks to the barber, for his indefatigable pains to suppress the horrid and unnatural rebellion, lately broke out in this city; but by his means, now happily almost extinguished. By Mr. Francis Liberty, a freeman and citizen of Dublin.
- Liberty, Francis.
- Printed in the Year M.DCC.XLVII. 
A serious remonstrance to the publick. In regard to the many bold uncommon insults and reflections latey publish'd against the government by the writers for the male-contents; with a hint upon the use and abuse of the press. Address'd particularly to the electors of Great Britain. Wherein also the behaviour of the opposition towards His Majesty, and his adm----n, both before and since the commencement of the war, is judiciously consider'd, and the malecontent party fairly and honestly painted in their own proper colours. By a friend to Liberty.
- Friend to liberty.
- MDCCXL. 
An enquiry into the present alarming state of the nation. Shewing the necessity of a reform in government, and a speedy reduction of taxes; an adequate represention of the people; and restoration of triennial Parliaments. By a friend to liberty, to the community, and a soun constitution.
- Friend to liberty.
Some hints for the better promoting the due execution of the laws in this kingdom, and for putting a speedy stop to the many outrages and violences which have been so frequent of late, and are encreasing every day. and For improving at the same Time considerably by these Means, one of the most ancient Branches of the Revenue, for the Benefit of the Publick. By a real lover of liberty, and the author of The case fairly stated.
- Real lover of liberty.
The appendix: or, Some observations on the expediency of the petition of the Africans, living in Boston, &c. lately presented to the General Assembly of this province. To which is annexed, the petition referred to. Likewise, thoughts on slavery. With a useful extract fro the Massachusetts spy, of January 28, 1773, by way of an address to the members of the assembly. By a lover of constitutional liberty.
- Lover of constitutional liberty.
Two discourses. I. On the Sufficiency of the Scriptures, and the right of private judgment. II. On the doctrine of the Trinity. Both lately preached in the country, by a friend to truth and liberty. Humanum est errare. Nil tam voluntarium, quam Religio. Lactantius:
- Friend to truth and liberty.
- MDCCLXXI. 
An enquiry into the nature, Foundation, and Present State of Publick Credit. Wherein The National Wealth is justly calculated; the Present Inequality of our Publick Taxes demonstrated; and the Consequences that may naturally be expected from a Dishonourable Peace, or the Continuance of an Unsuccessful War, plainly pointed out. By a Friend to Trade and Liberty.
- Friend to trade and liberty.
A letter to a Scots clergyman, lately ordained, concerning his behaviour in the judicatures of the church. By a lover of truth, liberty and charity, an an enemy to violent measures on all hands. J.D.N.R.T.J.M.S.J.C.A.C.U.A.A.M.A.R.T.J.S.T.G.J.O.C.O.A.B.F.
- Lover of Truth, Liberty and Charity.
- MDCCXXXV. 
Rights of discussion; or a vindication of dissenters, of every denominations: with a review of the controversy, occasioned by a late pastoral charge of the Bishop of Salisbury. To which is added, hints for pastoral charges. By a Friend to Civil and Religious Liberty.
- Friend to civil and religious liberty.
Remarks on the postscript to The case of the dissenting ministers, by Israel Mauduit; in a letter to that gentleman. Being a full and faithful representation of the proceedings of those ministers, as to the late application to Parliament. By a firm friend to truth, liberty and charity.
- Firm Friend to Truth, Liberty, and Charity.