Author:Manasseh Dawes

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Manasseh Dawes
English barrister of the Inner Temple, and writer


  • Letter to Lord Chatham on American Affairs, (1777)
    (in the title-page he describes himself as author of several anonymous pieces )
  • Essay on Intellectual Liberty, 1780
    (criticises Bentham's Fragment)
  • Philosophical Considerations (1780)
    (upon the controversy between Priestley and Price)
  • Nature and Extent of Supreme Power (1783)
    (upon Locke's Social Compact)
  • England's Alarm, or the prevailing Doctrine of Libels, (1785)
  • Deformity of the Doctrine of Libels, (1785)
    (these two refer to the Shipley case)
  • Introduction to a Knowledge of the Law on Real Estates, (1814)
  • Epitome of the Law of Landed Property, (1818)

Works about Dawes[edit]

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