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The Sense of the People concerning the pre
Jint State of Affairs, with Remarks upon fome Passages of our own and the Roman History. In a Letter to a Member of Parliament.
By John Trenchard and Tho. Gordon, Esquires.
Si eset in iis fieles, in quibus fumma elle debebat, non labo
raremus. Cic. 3. Epift. Cum Fecuniam Publicam averterit, num fraude poterit ca.
rere Poculatus? Id. in Ant.
Am commisioned by the Author of the following Sheets
to acquaint the Reader, that the firt Part of them was qurit in Hasle, before the late Recefs, at the Request of a