A plain, humble, and earnest address to Parliament, in behalf of the poor and lower orders of British subjects with a view to obtain an universal liberty of petition, a rational reform of Parliament, and a necessary division of farms, forests, and commons.
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|Item Description:||Dated and signed at end: London. March 28th, 1793. Thomas Bentley.|
Reproduction of original from the Harvard University Houghton Library.
|Physical Description:||8p. ; 8⁰.|