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A Letter to the Examiner, suggesting proper heads, for vindicating his masters.

Related Names: Walpole, Robert Earl of Orford 1676-1745., Bolingbroke, Henry St. John Viscount 1678-1751.
Language(s): English
Published: London: : Printed for J. Moore ..., 1714.
Subjects: Swift, Jonathan, > 1667-1745.
Examiner (London, England : 1710)
Great Britain > History > Anne, 1702-1714 > Pamphlets.
Note: Verso of t.p. (p. [4] at front) and p. [1] at end blank.
This edition exists in at least two states: one with "respects" as the first word of the last line of p. 4 and another with "respect" as the first word.
ESTC records two editions of this letter published by Moore in 1714 with the text terminating on p. 31. In the present edition the postscript begins at the top of p. 30 and the price is 6d; in the other edition the postscript begins at the middle of p. 30 and the price is 3d.
Attributed to Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, and Sir Robert Walpole. Cf. ESTC.
An attack on Swift and the Tory ministry.
Physical Description: [4], 31, [1] p. ; 19 cm.
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