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1710The good old cause further discuss'd in a letter to the author of the Jacobite's hopes reviv'dLeslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
29-Apr-2014Great Britain's memorial against the pretender and popery.Chandler, Samuel, 1693-1766.
1714An inquiry into the miscarriages of the four last years reign ..Povey, Charles, 1652?-1743.
1710A letter from a gentleman at the Court of St. Germains, to one of his friends in England; containing a memorial about methods for setting the Pretender on the throne of Great Britain. Found at Doway, after the taking of that town-
1750A letter to the Oxford toriesEnglishman.
1748A letter to the ToriesLyttelton, George Lyttelton, Baron, 1709-1773.
1702The present state of Jacobitism in England : A second part : in answer to the firstBurnet, Glibert, 1643-1715.
1710Reasons against receiving the Pretender and restoring the popish line : together with some queries of the utmost importance to Great BritainHoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761.
1715Reflections on the management of some late party-disputes, and the notorious abuse of the words church, schismatick, fanatick, etc., and upon the present conduct of those called High Church ... with a postscript to the present Jacobites-
1690A Second modest enquiry into the causes of the present disasters in England : and who they are that brought the French fleet into the English Channel described, being a farther discovery of the Jacobite plot ..-
1747A vindication of his majesty's title to the crown, as being the heir that is qualified to enjoy it. Shewing that no one can be legally qualified to be King of England that is not capable of preserving the constitution of England ...Webster, W. (William), 1689-1758.
1713What has been, may be; or, A view of a popish and an arbitary government : in a recapitulation of the barbarities of the late times : more particularly in relation to the proceedings of the commissioners of ecclesiastical affairs against the present Bishop of London, the University of Cambridge, and Magdalen College in Oxon : with a preface shewing present danger of our religion and liberties, from the Pretender and the Jacobites in Great Britain-
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