England's Alarm!

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England's Alarm! On the prevailing doctrine of libels as laid by the Earl of Mansfield  (1785) 
Manasseh Dawes and Sir William Jones


ENGLAND'S ALARM!

ON THE PREVAILING

DOCTRINE OF LIBELS,

AS LAID DOWN BY THE

EARL OF MANSFIELD.


'Twill be recorded for a precedent;
And many an error, by the ʃame example,
Will ruʃh into the ʃtate:—It cannot be. Shaks.


IN A LETTER TO HIS LORDSHIP.

BY A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN.

TO WHICH IS ADDED

BY WAY OF APPENDIX,

THE CELEBRATED

DIALOGUE BETWEEN A GENTLEMAN AND A FARMER,

WRITTEN BY SIR WILLIAM JONES,

WITH REMARKS THEREON, AND ON THE CASE OF THE

DEAN OF ST. ASAPH.


By M. DAWES, Esq.



LONDON:

PRINTED FOR JOHN STOCKDALE,

OPPOSITE BURLINGTON. HOUSE, PICCADILLY.

M DCC LXXXV.

[Price One Shilling and Sixpence.]


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