1 edition of An answer to a late pamphlet intitled Observations on the writings of the Craftsman found in the catalog.
by Printed for R. Francklin in Russel-street, Covent-Garden in London
Written in English
|Contributions||Hervey of Ickworth, John Hervey, Baron, 1696-1743, Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p.,  leaf ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
Plain truth; addressed to the inhabitants of America, containing, remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled Common sense. Some farther remarks on a late pamphlet intitled, Observations on the conduct of Great-Britain ; particularly with relation to the Spanish depredations and letters of reprisal ; in a letter to the Craftsman, to which is added a postscript in vindication of the West-India .
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An answer to a late pamphlet, intitled Observations on the writings of the Craftsman. Author: N Amhurst ; William Pulteney Bath, earl of ; John Hervey Hervey of Ickworth, Baron.
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An answer to a late pamphlet: Intituled, Observations on the writings of the Craftsman. Being a third letter of advice, to the people of Great-Britain and Ireland, &c.
[N Amhurst]. An Answer to the Late pamphlet intitled Observations on the Writings of The Craftsman. Being a third letter of advice, to the people of Great-Britain and Ireland, &c. London: Printed for R. Francklin, 23,  pp.
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Hemphill, advertised as “This Day is Published,” in the American Weekly Mercury, September Ascribed to Jonathan Dickinson, the. Being remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, Observations on the conduct of Great Britain, &c. (London, Printed for R. Francklin, ), also by N.
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In two letters to the Right Reverend the Bishop of London, and the other the Right Reverend the bishops concern'd in the. Early in appeared an anonymous pamphlet entitled 'Sedition and Defamation display'd.'&c, containing a dedication 'to the patrons of the Craftsman.' in which both Pulteney and Bolingbroke were severely attacked.
In answer to this Pulteney wrote 'A Proper Reply to a late Scurrilous Libel,' &c., referring to Hervey in the most offensive terms.Observations on a Pamphlet (libro en Inglés) William Arnall.
Book On Demand Ltd.,Tapa blanda, Nuevo 10%. dcto. $ $ Opposition No Proof of Patriotism. with Some Advice Concerning Party. arnall, william.First edition of the landmark issue of The Craftsman, Remarks on a Late Pamphlet, by Bolingbroke, whose writings profoundly influenced the Founding Fathers, especially Jefferson and Adams, and rank with “Cato’s polemics on major points of political criticism.”.