The rights of the people;
containing the principles and a demonstration of the practicability of universal suffrage, without ballot, without oaths, bribery, corruption, vice, riot, tumult, inconvenience or expence whatever; by which plan, the sense or opinion of the whole nation may be obtained on any subject, with the least possible trouble, and without any expence.
With notes from many eminent writers.
London : W. Benbow, 1820.
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