A reply to the comments and menaces of bull face double fee

Publication Date1769
Remainderon the petition of the freeholders of the county of Middlesex; Wherein the whole of Bull Face's Arguments, and infamous Sophistry are detected, confuted, and exposed, and the several Charges in the Middlesex Petition fully supported and explained. This performance will be found worthy the public attention, and the common safety of all the freeholders in England require their perusal of it
Publisherprinted for the author; and sold by I. Fell , at No. 14. in Pater-Noster Row ; Mr. Ridley , in St. James's Street ; Mr. Parker , the Upper Part of New Bond Street ; Mr. Woodfall , Charing Cross ; Mr. Brayne , at No. 55. opposite Hatton Garden, Holborn ; and Mrs. Cooke, at the Royal Exchange

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