An essay on the British Constitution, blended with the laws relating to landed property and the personal liberty of the subject, from the time of the Romans to the latest period : and concluding with a few general remarks on the foregoing and other interesting subjects, and particularly touching elections : to which is subjoined a Letter written to a Member of Parliament on the subject of a general inclosure
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