Catalog Record: The North Briton, from no. I. to no. XLVI. inclusive. : With several useful and explanatory notes, not printed in any former edition. To which is added, a copious index to every name and article. | HathiTrust Digital Library

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The North Briton, from no. I. to no. XLVI. inclusive. :
With several useful and explanatory notes, not printed in any former edition. To which is added, a copious index to every name and article. /
Corrected and revised by a Friend to civil and religious liberty

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Related Names: Friend to civil and religious liberty , Bingley, William 1737 or 1738-1799, publisher, Churchill, Charles 1731-1764, Wilkes, John 1725-1797
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for W. Bingley, at no. XXXI, in Newgate-Street, 1769
Subjects: Bingley, William, > Bingley, William, / 1737 or 1738-1799
Wilkes, John, > Wilkes, John, / 1725-1797
North Briton (London, England : 1762)
Liberty
Freedom of the press > Freedom of the press / Great Britain
Great Britain > Great Britain / Politics and government > Great Britain / Politics and government / 1760-1789
Note: Includes index
A reprint of the weekly, edited & written largely by John Wilkes, with Chas. Churchill & others, & printed for G. Kearsley, in response to Smollet's ministerial Briton. Includes an unpaged & unsigned reprint ([2] p.) of North Briton no. 45 (between p. 148-149; possibly issued with An Appendix, infra, to follow p. cxii (catchword matches)); A North Briton extraordinary which was... never published (p. 149); A fragment... intended for no.46 (p. 157); An appendix to the first forty six numbers of the North Briton. Containing... account of the persecution... against John Wilkes... (with separate t.p. (same imprint, p. [i]-cxii). -- An advert (in no. 93 of Bingley's continuation of the North Briton) for this reprint describes it as being no.1-46 "XLV only excepted", so the no. 45 included here is something of a bootleg. -- Bingley's "To the public" in the Appendix gives his reasons for publishing the reprint and a brief account of his own persecution-in-the-cause-of-liberty (he writes from King's Bench Prison)
Physical Description: [4], 148, [2], 149-163, [11], cxii pages ; 30 cm. (fol.)
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