8vo, pp. , 12, 17-39, ; with a half-title (dusty and with a circular stain); a good copy in modern wrappers.
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An Authentick account of the proceedings against John Wilkes, Esq; … containing all the papers relative to this interesting affair, from that gentleman’s being taken into custody by his Majesty’s messengers, to his discharge at the Court of Common Pleas; with an abstract of that jewel of an Englishmen, the Habeas Corpus Act …
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