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L E T T E R XXXI. The subject continued

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LET T E R XXXII. The subject continued

LE T T E R XXXIII.

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LE TT ER XXXIV.

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75 N. B. In tbese letters fome entertaining anec

dotes and well known personages are introduced, an answer is likewise given to the Dean's celebrated 30th of January sermon.

. L. E T T E R XXXV. BRUTUS to the PEOPLE, on the Freedom of

the Press, shewing the benefit thereof during the laft.nine Reigns,

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BRUTUS to the People, on Lord Townshend's

administration, with some anecdotes of Sir George Macartney,

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HUMPHREY SEARCH's defence of his writ

ings, and of the Quakers, against certain authors,

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HUMPHREY SEARCH's letter to the remark.

er on his history of the Irish rebellion,

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L E T T E R XXXIX. BRUTUS to the People, containing a refu

tation of Verax's supporting Lord Town, fhend's adminiftration,

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LÉTTĚ Ř XXXIX.

Brutus to the Lord Mayor and COM

MON COUNCILon the intended application for an address to Lord Town bend before his departure,

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I E T T E R XL. Humphey search on Love and Marriage, ..---- - - 160

LET T E R XLI. The same subject concluded, 175

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BRUTUS to the Citizens of DUBLIN,

with a list of those Aldermen' who voted fo and against agreeing with the Commons, in presenting the thanks of the city to Sir Edward Newenham' in a göld box'; with an exhortation to the citizen's to obtain a meeting of the aggregate body,

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HUMPHREY SEARCH on the liberty of the Press,

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L E T T E R XLIV. · HUMPHREY Search on the Stamp

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L E T T E R XLVI. The subject continued-designed as an answer

to all the defences that ever have been, or ever shall be of Stamp Acts.

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