The advantages of the Act of Security, compar'd with these of the intended union founded on the revolution-principles publish'd by Mr. Daniel De Foe, or, The present happy condition of Scotland, with respect to the certainty of its future honourable and advantageous establishment demonstrated wherein is shew'd that both the projected union and a nomination of a successor to the crown, tho' with limitations, cannot fail to compleat the miseries of this kingdom ...
Defoe, Daniel, > 1661?-1731. > Original power of the collective body of the people of England examined and asserted.
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