3 edition of A letter to Junius. By the author of the Answer to the Question stated, &c. found in the catalog.
A letter to Junius. By the author of the Answer to the Question stated, &c.
1769 by printed for James Fletcher and Co., J. Walter, and J. Robson in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 842, no. 38.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Postscript to a Pamphlet, entitled, 'An Answer to the Question stated'. Supposed to be written by Dr. Blackstone, Solicitor to the Queen, in answer to Junius's Letter. Since these papers were sent to the press, a writer in the public papers, who subscribes himself Junius, has made a feint of bringing this question to a short issue.
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A letter to Scripturista containing some remarks on his answer to Paulinus's three questions: wherein the nature of a test of orthodoxy is exactly stated; the church's right to know and judge of the religious principles of those who are admitted to sealing ordinances, and reject the erroneous, is asserted; and the practice of our churches in New-England, from their first settlement in this.
An answer to a pamphlet entitled, "The question stated: whether the &c. book of Middlesex forfeited their right by voting for Mr. Wilkes at the last election. in a letter from a member of Parliament to one of his constituents": with a postscript, occasioned by a letter in the public papers subscribed Junius.
↑It is well worth remarking, that the compiler of a certain quarto, called, The Case of the last Election for the County of Middlesex considered, has the impudence to recite this very vote in the following terms, vide p "Resolved, that Robert Walpole, Esq.
having been this session of parliament expelled the House, was, and is, incapable of being elected a member to serve in the. Letters of Junius/Letter LXVIII. or how far it will answer in point of defence, at the bar of the house of Lords, is worth your consideration.
If, after all that has been said, it should still be maintained, that the court of king's bench, thus stated, to the fact in. Beckford Mr. his sumptuous entertainment at the Mansion-house, vol.
II p. Bedford corporation of, admit strangers to their freedom, to shake off the tyranny of the Duke of Bedford, vol. I p. —Duke of, a letter to his Grace from Junius, vol.
I, p. —his feelings nice if to be judged from his resentments, ib.—what his Grace was, and what he might have been, p. —his avowal. 3. ‘A Letter to Junius, by the author of the Answer to “The Question Stated,”’ London,4to.
‘An Answer to Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet on. Junius himself says, in a note to Letter 7: "The death of Lord Granby was lamented by Junius.
He undoubtedly owed some compensations to the public, and seemed determined to acquit himself of them. In private life he was unquestionably that good man, who, for the interest of his country, ought to  have been a great one.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Sir Philip Francis, reputed author of ‘Junius's Letters,’ was the only child of the Rev.
Philip Francis by his wife, Elizabeth was born in Dublin on 22 October His mother died aboutand his father soon after removed to England, leaving the son at a school kept by a Mr.
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Junius’s most influential Latin work, A Treatise on True Theology, was first published in Junius dedicated this work to the curators of Leiden University and consuls of the city of Leiden.
The full force of this treatise can be correctly determined only when it is considered together with his Eirenicum, published one year earlier.
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[Footnote 1: A poet to whom Quintilian assigns the highest rank, as a writer of tragedies, among his contemporaries (book x., c. 98). Tacitus also speaks of him in terms of high appreciation (Annals, v. 8).] [Footnote 2: Stepson of Augustus and brother to Tiberius.
And amiable an popular prince. Edition used: Benjamin Franklin, The Works of Benjamin Franklin, including the Private as well as the Official and Scientific Correspondence, together with the Unmutilated and Correct Version of the Autobiography, compiled and edited by John Bigelow (New York: G.P.
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Wilkes at the Last Election?: In a Letter from a Member of Parliament to One of His Constituents." With a Postscript Occasioned by a Letter in the Public Papers Subscribed Junius.
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Page [unnumbered] JUNIUS UNMASKED: OR, THOMAS PAINE THE AUTHOR OF THE LETTERS OF JUNIUS, AND THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Non stat diutius nominis umbra. WASHINGTON, D.C.: JOHN GRAY & CO., PUBLISHERS.
The Letters of Junius Letter XX: To the Printer of the Public Advertiser, 8 August  SIR, THE gentleman who has published an answer to Sir William Meredith's pamphlet, having honoured me with a postscript of six quarto pages, which he moderately calls bestowing a very few words upon me, I cannot, in common politeness, refuse him a reply.
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