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A proper answer to the By-stander. Wherein is shewn I. That there is no Necessity for, but infallible Ruin in the Maintenance of a large regular (or mercenary) Land Force in this Island. II. That by keeping up a standing Army for preventing an Invasion, we shall at last render it certain and successful ..
A letter to Cleomenes King of Sparta, from Eustace Budgell, Esq : being an answer, paragraph by paragraph to his Spartan Majesty's royal epistle published some time since in the Daily courant. With some account of the manners and government of the antient Greeks and Romans, and political reflections thereon
An address to the electors of Great Britain. In which the constitution of England is considered and asserted; particularly, the original design, nature, privileges and power of the House of Commons, as opposed to ministerial influence and corruption. And the independancy of parliaments earnestly recommended, as the only means to make the nation happy
A draught of a bill of complaint in the High Court of C---nc--ry, by Mrs. Magna Britannia, complaint. against Robert de Houghton, and others, defendants, praying a discovery of secret services for some years past, relief from several hard contracts which the complainant hath, against her will, been forced into, and an enquiry into the present state of her affairs, as likewise that writs, ne exeat regno, be issued forthwith against the defendants in her behalf