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Sammelband of various pamphlets, 1743-1779  

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Pamphlet Sammelband


Various places




1 vol. iv, 59, [6], 131, 32, 28, 24, 28, [4], 82, iv, iv, 97, [7] pp. (8vo), contemporary ¾ calf with marbled boards.

Eight pamphlets bound together on a variety of subjects including killing tyrants, prolonging life, discontent in Germany and Ireland, and revolution in Portugal.


  • Titus, Col. (William Allen). Killing No Murder: Originally Applied to Oliver Cromwell: A discourse proving it lawful to kill a tyrant according to the opinion of the most celebrated ancient authors. London: Re-Printed for the Great Grandson of Algernon Sidney, 1775.
  • Hermippus Redivivus: or, the Sage's Triumph Over Old Age and the Grave. Wherein a Method is Laid Down for Prolonging the Life and Vigor of Man. Dublin: Printed for Robert Bell, 1760.
  • The Groans of Germany: or, the Enquiry of a Protestant German into the Original Cause of the Present Distractions of the Empire... London: 1761. Sixth Edition.
  • The Groans of Ireland in a Letter to a Member of Parliament. Dublin: George Faulkner, 1761.
  • Candid Reflections on the Report (as Published by Authority) of the General-Officers, Appointed by His Majesty's Warrant of the First of November last, to enquire into the Causes of the Failure of the late Expedition to the Coasts of France. Dublin: S. Smith, 1758.
  • Dobson, William. The Prussian Campaign, a Poem: Celebrating the Atchievements [sic] of Frederick the Great, In the Years1756--57. London: William Whitestone, n.d.
  • [Jebb, Frederick]. The Letters of Guatimozin on the Affairs of Ireland... Dublin: R. Marchbank, 1779.
  • Abbot DeVertot. The History of the Revolutions of Portugal. Dublin: George Grierson, 1743.

Lot Amendments

Wear and rubbing to cover; extremities rubbed and corners bumped; table of contents written on front flyleaf; overall very good.

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