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Letters by the same Writer,

UNDER OTHER SIGNATURES,

(NOW FIRST COLLECTED.)

TO WHICH ARE ADDED,

HIS CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE

WITH

MR. WILKES,

AXD HIS

PRIVATE LETTERS

ADDRESSED TO

MR. H. S. WOODFALL.

WITH

A Preliminary Essay, Notes, Fac-Similes, &c.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.

STAT NOMINIS UMBRA.

PHILADELPHIA:
PUBLISHED BY BRADFORD AND INSKEEP;

AND

INSKEEP AND BRADFORD, NEW-YORK.

William Fry, Printer.

1813

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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PRELIMINARY ESSAY

Mr. Burke's opinion of JUNI vs, note

Lord North's

Story of the late Duke of Richmond and W. G. Hamilton, note

Opinion of the style of Junius by a contemporary hostile writer,

note .

*56

Persons to whom the letters have been attributed

*61

On the pretensions of Mr. Charles Lloyd

*62

- John Roberts

ib.

Samuel Dyer

The Rt. Hon. Edm. Burke

*63

Extracts from Mr. Burke's speech on American taxation

*64

On the pretensions of the Rt. Hon. W. G. Hamilton

*72

Extracts from Mr. Malone's Preface to Parliamentary Logic,
in disproof that Hamilton was the writer of JUNIUS

ib.

On the pretensions of Dr. Butler, bishop of Hereford .

*74

the Rev. Philip Rosenhagen

*75

General Charles Lee

ib.

Extracts from General Lee's Letters

*81

On the pretensions of Mr. Wilkes

Mr. Hugh Macauley Boyd

*83

Mr. Dunning, afterwards Lord Ashburton *96

Henry Flood, Esq. M. P. of Ireland

. *97

Extracts from a speech of Mr. Flood

*98

On the pretensions of Lord George Sackville

*99

PRIVATE LETTERS addressed to Mr. H. S. WOODFALL by

JUNIUS ....

•101

Middlesex Petition to the King, note

* 104

City of London

*109

Lord Holland's Letter to the Lord Mayor, (Mr. Beckford) note *111

Mr. Beckford's answer to the foregoing, note ..

. ib.
Letter to a Liveryman, being a further answer to

Lord Holland's Letter, note.

*112

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

*113

PAGE

History of the dispute between the Rt. Hon. George Onslow,

now Lord Onslow, and Mr. Horne, afterwards Mr. Tooke,

note ...

•116

Remonstrance of the city of Westminster, note

*131

Letter to Lord North, signed Brutus, note

• 138

Conclusion of a Letter from Mr. Wilkes to Mr. Horne, note *140

Letter from Junius to Mr. David Garrick

*143

Mr. Wilkes's reply to Mr. Horne, and compliments to the

genius of Mr. Garrick, note

*144

Case of Meares and Shepley against Ansell, note

*150

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE between Junius and Me:

WILKBS

* 163

Copy of the resolutions of the Supporters of the Bill of Rights,

note

*174

Extracts from Mr. Wilkes's Letter to the Livery of London, in

defence of binıself from an attack made on him by Mr. Towns-

hend, note

*200

Extract from Messrs. Wilkes and Bull's address to the Livery

on employing the military under the pretence of assisting the

civil power, note

*201

JUNIUS's Dedication to the English Nation

1

Preface

Woodfall's Case, note

10

LETTER 1. JUNIUS to the Printer of the P. A.

31

11. Sir Wm. Draper's answer to the foregoing letter of Junius,

addressed to the Printer of the P. A.

40

Short Sketch of Sir William Draper's character, note

44

111. JUNIus to Sir William Draper

45

Corsica reduced by the French, note

46

iv. Sir Wm. Draper to JUNIUS

50

Neocles, note

51

the Ghost, note

ib.

Titus to the Printer of the P. A. note

53

v. JUNIUS to Sir Wm. Draper

60

VI. Sir Wm. Draper to JUNIUS

62

VII. JUNIUS to Sir Wm. Draper

63

Sir Wm. Draper to the Printer, note

64

VIII. JUNIUS to the Duke of Grafton .

68

Sir Wm. Draper to the Printer of the P. A. note

67

IX. Junius to the Duke of Grafton

74

Mr. Edward Weston

77

Crito

note

ib.

XI. Junius to the Duke of Gr fton

79

Conclusion of Lord Mansfield's speech on the reversal of Mr.

Wilkes's Outlawry, note ..

80

Proceedings of the House of Commons on expelling Mr. Wilkes,

note

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