The Resource Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege : being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published

Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege : being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published

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Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege : being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published
Title
Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege
Title remainder
being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NjRocCCS
Index
no index present
LC call number
KD3962
LC item number
.M34 1771
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
HeinOnline legal classics library
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Constitutional history
Target audience
specialized
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Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege : being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published
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Note
  • "The whole being designed to perpetuate an æra, that will fignally distinguish the spirit and independancy of the citizens, on the one part, and the oppressive and arbitrary proceedings of a corrupt House of Commons on the other."
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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black and white
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Extent
1 online resource (viii, 232, xi pages)
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Magna charta, opposed to assumed privilege : being a complete view of the late interesting disputes between the House of Commons and the magistrates of London ; containing an account of the whole transactions from the first arresting of the two printers, to the enlargement of the two illustrious patriots from the Tower, May 8, 1771 : with a collection of the genuine speeches made in Parliament and the arguments of the council on the habeas corpus in the Courts of Exchequer and Common-pleas : also all the authentic addresses of the several wards, corporations, grand juries, &c. and the answers of the Lord Mayor, Mr. Alderman Wilkes, and Mr. Alderman Oliver : with several original papers never before published
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • "The whole being designed to perpetuate an æra, that will fignally distinguish the spirit and independancy of the citizens, on the one part, and the oppressive and arbitrary proceedings of a corrupt House of Commons on the other."
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 232, xi pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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