England's Alarm!

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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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