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On the pretensions of Mr. Dunning, afterwards Lord

Ashburton ....

*155

On the pretensions of Henry Flood, Esq. M.P. of

Ireland .........

..........*156

Extracts from a speech of Mr. Flood ..............

On the pretensions of Lord George Sackville........*160

PRIVATE LETTERS addressed to Mr. H. S. WOOD-

FALL by JUNIUS.........

.*163

Middlesex Petition to the King, note......

*166

City of London

note............. *175

Lord Holland's Letter to the Lord Mayor, (Mr.

Beckford) note

*177

Mr. Beckford's answer to the foregoing note

*178

Letter to a Liveryman, being a

further answer to Lord Holland's Letter, note ....*179

Lord Holland's Letter to Mr. H. S. Woodfall, in

vindication of himself against the charge in the

city petition, of being “ the public defaulter of

unaccounted millions,” note..........

180

History of the dispute between the Rt. Hon.

George Onslow, now Lord Onslow, and Mr.

Horne, afterwards Mr. Tooke, note.....

*186

Remonstrance of the city of Westminster, note .....*210

Letter to Lord North, signed Brutus, note..............*221

Conclusion of a Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Mr.

Horne, note..........

Letter from JUNIUS to Mr. David Garrick .... *229

Mr. Wilkes's reply to Mr. Horne, and compli-

ments to the genius of Mr. Garrick, note............*230

Case of Meares and Shepley against Ansell, nole..... 240

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE between Junius and

MR. WILKES..........

*261

Copy of the resolutions of the Supporters of the

Bill of Rights, note...........

Extracts from Mr. Wilkes's Le to the Livery

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.122

X). Junius to the Duke of Grafton.........

.125

Conclusion of Lord Mansfield's speech on the reversal
of Mr. Wilkes's Outlawry, note ......

.126
Proceedings of the House of Commons on expelling

Mr. Wilkes, note........

XI1. JUNIUS to the Duke of Grafton

..139

Short sketch of the Duke's political life to the date of

this Letter, note

.......143

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