A letter to every person in Great-Britain, who has the least regard for the foundation of all our liberties, the liberty of the Press; but, in a more particular manner, to all such merchants and tradesmen, who would have been ruined had the late excise-bill passed into a law. By Eustace Budgell, Esq.
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|General note||Signed and dated: Eustace Budgell. Cold-Bath-Square, May 21, 1733.|
|General note||Reproduction of original from "Department of Special Collections, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas".|
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