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L E T T E R XXXI. The subject continued
LET T E R XXXII. The subject continued
LE T T E R XXXIII.
The subject continued,
LE TT ER XXXIV.
The subject concluded
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,
T E R
BRUTUS to the People, on Lord Townshend's
administration, with some anecdotes of Sir George Macartney,
HUMPHREY SEARCH's defence of his writ
ings, and of the Quakers, against certain authors,
HUMPHREY SEARCH's letter to the remark.
er on his history of the Irish rebellion,
L E T T E R XXXIX. BRUTUS to the People, containing a refu
tation of Verax's supporting Lord Town, fhend's adminiftration,
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,
I E T T E R XL. Humphey search on Love and Marriage, ..---- - - 160
LET T E R XLI. The same subject concluded, 175
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,