A FIFTH LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, ON THE SUBVERSION OF THE CONSTITUTION: AND THE NECESSITY OF IT'S [sic] BEING RESTORED.

London: 1757. [4], 99, [1] pp. Half title. Bookplate of William Mcdowall of Castlesemple on blank verso of title page. Disbound, else Very Good.

On the subversion of the Constitution by corruption of King and Ministry. Shebbeare was brought "conspicuously to public notice by a series of 'Letters to the People of England,' the most successful of his works, though it subjected him to a prosecution." Gorton's Biographical Dictionary (quoted by Sabin after 80062).
Castle Semple was built in Scotland in 1735, according to Wikipedia. It was a Gothic mansion, constructed under the supervision of Mcdowall [printed as MacDowell in Wikipedia].
FIRST EDITION. Kress 5647. Sabin 80044 [citing second edition only]. Item #28397

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