The right method of maintaining security in person and property to all the subjects of Great-Britain

Publication Date1751
Remainderby a vigorous execution of the present laws of the land, a proper Exertion the Civil Power, in their respective Offices by the legal Magistrates, explained and supported by Arguments and Historical Evidence: With a short View of the Consequences attending a Military Force; and some Account of the remarkable Example of a late Sheriff of London. In a letter to a Member of Parliament. To which is added, the opinion of Sir Thomas More, Lord High Chancellor of England, on the same important Subjects
Publisherprinted for John Whiston and Benj. White, at Boyle's Head, in Fleet-Street


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