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Robins, Benjamin:

AN ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS, AND OTHER FREE SUBJECTS OF GREAT BRITAIN; OCCASION'D BY THE LATE SECESSION. IN WHICH IS CONTAIN'D A PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF ALL OUR NEGOCIATIONS WITH SPAIN, AND THEIR TREATMENT OF US, FOR ABOVE TEN YEARS PAST.

London: 1739 iv, 63pp. Stitched, gathered signatures. Very Good. Sabin counts four 1739 editions of this piece, written to vindicate British policy and British patriots against those who are soft on Spain. The author calls these apologists for Spain "a Kennel of Hounds, Traytors, Run-aways, Scoundrels, Rogues and Rascals." The John Carter Brown European-Americana Catalogue notes that this piece "(i)ncludes refs to slave trade & Spanish interference with British shipping in American waters." FIRST EDITION. Kress 4462. Sabin 72044. Hanson 5290. JCB 739/252.


Book Id: 2069

Price: $100.00

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