Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.
Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.
Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.
Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.
Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.

Remarks upon the Account of the Conduct of a Certain Dutchess. In a Letter from a Member of the last Parliament in the Reign of Queen Anne.To a Young Nobleman. [bound with] A Continuation of the Review of a Late Treatise, Entituled An Account of the Dow--r D---- of M----, &c. In which many misrepresentations are detected, several obscure passages explained, and abundance of false facts set in a true light; expecially such as relate to the reign of her late majesty Q. Anne, of glorious memory. With ample vindications of the Earl of Oxford, General Hill, Mrs. Masham, &c. In a second letter to a person of distinction.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1742 [both]. 50, 70p., trimmed to 7.5x4.5 inches, rebound in 19thC quarter morocco marbled boards; the upper board is detached. No original blanks remain; title page of "Remarks" is dust-soiled, flecked, and bears a few obscure marks in old pencilling. Small old stain at foot of gutter affects most leaves, and p.50 (the last, with a nice tailpiece) is dust-soiled. Title page of "Continuation" has less dust, one pencil-squiggle; faint difuse foxing throughout; last leaf bears a repaired accordioned tear involving bits of opaque tape and subsequent loss of a couple of words.

Cat.No: 177648

Price: $50.00