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Carefully Collected by HENRY HOLMES.
Who! Take HIM for all, in all we shall rot Look ur.
IN SEVEN VOLUME S\s*g?*£LifvS'i
Great-Britain and Ireland,
'Asserted and vindicated;
Connection and Common Interest of both Kingdoms, demonstrated j
Grievances, which each, more especially the later, with it's. Capital, has suffered, under oppressive and tyrannical Governors, usurping and lawless Magistrates, dependent and iniquitous Judges, and spurious and corrupt Parlements,
Set forth in several
Addresses and Letters
t T O ' T H E
Free-citizens os DUBLIN;
First delivered and published with the sole Intent to deleft public Abuses, to revive the Original PrinciPles of the Policy, and to restore the ConstituTional Freedom of Elections, in general, those of Members of Parlement, in particular;
Now republilhed as a cautionary Information to the City of London, and for the Justification of the Author,
A Free-citizen of Dublin, while Dublin <was, now an Exile for the Cause of Truth and the Liberty of his Country.
To which are added,
The CENSOR: or, the Cit Izbns Journal.
And An Appendix, containing the ADDRESS of the MerChants and Traders, Citizens of DUB LIN, to his MAJESTY, and the Declarations and ResolutiOns of several of the free and loyal Corporations of that City.
IN TWO VOLUMflS.