An answer to the queries, contained in A letter to Dr. Shebbeare, printed in the Public Ledger, August 10

Publication Date1775
RemainderTogether with animadversions on two speeches in defence of the printers of a paper, subscribed a South Briton. The first pronounced by The Right Hon. Thomas Townshend, in the House of Commons, And printed in the London Packet of February 18. The second by The Right Learned Counsellor Lee, in Guildhall, And printed in the Public Ledger of August 12. In the Examination of which a Comparison naturally arises between the public and private Virtues of Their Present Majesties, and those of King William and Queen Mary. The Merits, also, of Roman Catholics, and of Dissenters from the Church of England, respecting Allegiance and Liberty, and their Claims to National Protection, are fairly stated, from their past and present Transactions. By J. Shebbeare, M. D
Extent179,[1],8p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for S. Hooper , at No. 25, Ludgate-Hill ; and T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden

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