The livery-man: or, plain thoughts on publick affairs In which the present situation of things, some late writings concerning the liberty of the press, the general disposition of the people, the insults offered to the city of London, and the true nature and infallible characteristicks of publick spirit, in contradistinction to that of a faction, are consider'd and explain'd. Addressed to the lovers of truth and liberty.
printed for James Smith; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster,
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