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IV. A Dutiful Addres to the Throne, upon the present State of Great Britain. 8vo. 6d. Scott. A thing which ought to have been called, 4. to the Throne: for tho’ the Dictator of it is but in the Horn-book even of modern politics, he has had the temerity, or simplicity, or both, to take greater liberties in it, with his royal Pupil, than any of the Grand Juries or Corporations, not excepting the city of London, or county of York, have presumed to do : which, in one sense, is the least that can be said, and, in another, is the most that needs be said, of such a performance. * * * * * * * *
ries ; which, as things are now circumstanced, will end in no* thing, into petitions for a general Militia-Bill, and for annual * Parliaments.” - -
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