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The Republican Judge: Or the American Liberty of the Press: As Exhibited, Explained, and Exposed in the Base and Partial Prosecution of William Cobbett, for a Pretended Libel Against the King of Spain and His Embassador, Before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. : With an Address to the People of England

By Peter Porcupine
Format
Book
Published
London : Printed for J. Wright, opposite Old Bond Street, Piccadilly, 1798.
Edition
Fourth edition
Language
English
Uniform Title
Democratic Judge
Variant Title
American liberty of the press
Description
96, 2 p. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
Notes
  • Signatures: [A]² B-G⁸.
  • Advertisements on p. [1]-2 at end.
  • A criticism of Thomas M'Kean, chief justice of Pennsylvania.
  • American editions publushed under title: The democratic judge ...
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Third title in volume with Cobbett's Letter to the infamous Tom Paine, which is a part of the Richard Maass Thomas Paine Collection. Gift of Richard Maass, 1996.
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