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A COMPLETE COLLECTION
GENUINE PAPERS, LETTERS, &c.
IN THE CASE OF
JOHN WIL KES, ESQ:
Late MEMBER for AYLESBURY, in the County of BUCKS.
CHEZ J. W. IMPRIMEUR, RUE DU COLOMBIER
FAUXBURGH, ST. GERMAIN,
'A L'HOTEL DE SAXE.
AVEC APROBATION ET PRIVILEGE.
THE Reception Mr. Wilkes's Letters have met 'with, on their separate Appearance, hås induced one of his fincerest Friends to present the Public with an entire Collection of them, as a lasting Monument of the resolute Stand made for Liberty, against Ministerial Oppression and Tyranny, and of the unparalleled Usage of the Author ; in a Country too, famed for Freedom from the earliest Records of Time! - This is a Prefent which he makes no doubt will be well received by bis Friends in particular, and be no less agreeable to all Lovers of the British Constitution in general ; and no fuch, he really believes, can ever be Enemies to Mr. Wilkes.
The Editor's residing a few Miles from Paris, will, 'tis hoped, be an Excuse with the Candid for the Errors of the Press.
Mr. Wilkes's Complaint against the Secretaries of State in the House of Com.
51 to 54
Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Mr. Martin 54
Mr. Martin's Answer
The Circumstances of the Duel between
Mr. Wilkes and Mr. Martin, as related by Mr. Wilkes
56 to 59
Letter from Dr. Brocklesby to Mr. Wilkes
Letter from Dr. Hebberden to Dr. Brocklesby
Card from Mr. Wilkes to Dr. Hebberden
Card from Mr. Wilkes to Mr. Hawkins 61
Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Dr. Brocklesby
62 to 69
Letter from Aylesbury
Letter from Sir William Lee
Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Sir William Lee
Papers relative to the Attempt which one Dunn made on Mr. Wilkes's Life
74 to 94
Card from Mr. Martin to Mr. Wilkes 95
Mr. Wilkes's Answer
Letter from Mr. Wilkes at Paris to Sir
John Cust, Speaker of the House of
97 to 100
Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Mr. Coates
100 to 103
108 to 141
Letter from Mr. Wilkes to the Electors
of Aylesbury Mr. Wilkes's Dedication prefixed to the last Edition of the Fall of Mortimer
141 TO 157