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N. B. In thefe letters fome entertaining anecdotes and well known personages are intro

duced, an answer is likewife given to the Dean's celebrated 30th of January fermon.

LETTER

XXXV.

BRUTUS to the PEOPLE, on the Freedom of

the Press, fhewing the benefit thereof during

the laft nine Reigns,

85

LET

LETTER

XXXVI.

BRUTUS to the PEOPLE, on Lord Townshend's administration, with fome anecdotes of Sir George Macartney,

LETTER XXXVII.

96

HUMPHREY SEARCH'S defence of his writings, and of the Quakers, against certain authors,

LETTER

XXXVIII.

108

HUMPHREY SEARCH'S letter to the remarker on his hiftory of the Irish rebel

lion,

LETTER

XXXIX.

122

BRUTUS to the PEOPLE, containing a refutation of Verax's fupporting Lord Town

fhend's administration,

136

LET

LÉTTER

XXXIX.

BRUTUS to the LORD MAYOR and Com MON COUNCIL, on the intended application for an addrefs to Lord Townshend before his departure,

I

150

ETTER XL.

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BRUTUS to the CITIZENS of DUBLIN, with a lift of those Aldermen who voted fo and against agreeing with the Commons, in prefenting the thanks of the city to Sir Edward Newenham in a gold box'; with an exhortation to the citizens to obtain a meeting of the aggregate body,

188

LET

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The fubject continued-defigned as an answer to all the defences that ever have been, or

ever shall be of Stamp Acts.

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