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The independant Briton: or, Free thoughts on the expediency of gratifying the peoples expectations; as to securing the liberty of the press; restoring the freedom of the stage; preventing bribery in elections; excluding place-men from seats in the House of commons; repealing the Septennial act, &c. Dedicated to the Commons of Great Britain ...

Title:The independant Briton: or, Free thoughts on the expediency of gratifying the peoples expectations; as to securing the liberty of the press; restoring the freedom of the stage; preventing bribery in elections; excluding place-men from seats in the House of commons; repealing the Septennial act, &c. Dedicated to the Commons of Great Britain ...
Note:London : T. Cooper, 1742
  
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Subject:Political corruption
Subject:Elections
Subject:Freedom of the press
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