Julius Caesar acquitted, and his murderers condemn'd. In a letter to a friend, shewing, that it was not Caesar who destroy'd the Roman liberties, but the corruptions of the Romans themselves. Occasion'd by two letters in the London journal ... To which is added, a second letter, shewing, that if ever the liberties of Great Britain are lost, they will be lost no other way than by the corruptions of the people of Great Britain themselves. By Mr. Dennis.
|Main Author:||Dennis, John, 1657-1734.|
London, Printed for J. Mack-Euen at Buchanan's-Head over against St. Clement's-Church in the Strand, 1722.
Great Britain > Politics and government > Early works to 1800.
Rare Book copy: No. 4 in a vol. of pamphlets.
4 p.l., 39 p.
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