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A familiar instructive dialogue, which happened last week at a tavern near the Royal Exchange, between an eminent merchant of Dunkirk . and an English member of parliament.

Citizen of London.

Published by [Sold in May's buildings], London, 1748
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In this short pamphlet the author criticizes Pelham, the other ministers, and parliament for their handling of the War of the Austrian Succession between Great Britain and France and of the peace of 1748, especially for their commitments to Hanover. This is one of two editions, both printed in 1748. Rare: ESTC locates three copies in Britain and only one in the U.S., but we know of two others. 12mo (17.3 cm, 6.75"). [2] ff., 55, [1] pp. ESTC T71519. Self-wrappers; spine rebacked with paper; rubber-stamp on first page. A few closed tears or instances of shallow chipping, not affecting impression, with paper repair on the verso of the first leaf. Outer pages lightly foxed and soiled, interior pages with occasional spots of foxing or soiling. Bookseller Inventory # 7583

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Title: A familiar instructive dialogue, which ...

Publisher: [Sold in May's buildings], London

Publication Date: 1748

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