Second letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine. Containing farther strictures on his "View of the causes and consequences of the present war;" some reflections on the subject of the present negotiation; and observations on the late voluntary loan. With a word to the critics, subjoined.

Gifford, John.

Published by Pr. for T. N. Longman, London, 1797
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Second edition. John Gifford is the pseudonym used by John Richards Green. Gifford was a "tory political writer . . . educated at Repton School and . . . St John's College, Oxford . . . becoming a student of Lincoln's Inn" in 1775. "By the age of twenty-three, with his fortune spent, he found it expedient to retire to France in 1781 or 1782, and to change his name to Gifford" (ODNB). Thereafter, he was a prolific writer and editor of magazines. 8vo. [1 (of 2)] ff., 80 pp. (lacks half-title leaf). ESTC T140218. Removed from a nonce volume and respined with archival tissue. Six-digit number stamped on title-page; foxing. Without the half-title leaf. Now in a Mylar envelope. Bookseller Inventory # 4716

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Title: Second letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine. ...

Publisher: Pr. for T. N. Longman, London

Publication Date: 1797

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