Bold advice, or, Proposals for the entire rooting out of Jacobitism in Great Britain
address'd to the present M---y, redress our grievances, or expect to be ruin'd by them.
Printed by J. Moor
Written in English.
Anonymous political pamphlet attributed to Daniel Defoe.
With:  A brief survey of the legal liberties of the dissenters --  Reasons against the succession of the house of Hanover --  The shortest-way with the dissenters --  Advice to the electors of Great Britain --  A dialogue between a dissenter and the observator, concerning The shortest way with the dissenters --  A challenge of peace, address'd to the whole nation --  Whigs turn'd Tories, and Hanoverian-Tories, from their avow'd principles, prov'd Whigs --  Reflections upon a late scandalous and malicious pamphlet entitul'd, The shortest way with the dissenters --  An answer to a question that no body thinks of, viz., but what if the Queen should die? --  More short-ways with the dissenters --  A new test of the Church of England's honesty --  More reformation --  A serious inquiry into this grand question --  The Jacobite's hopes reviv'd by our late tumults and addresses --  Reasons against receiving the Pretender, and restoring the Popish line --  The new association, part II --  The new association of those called moderate-church-men, with the modern-Whigs and ... --  The dissenters answer to the high-church challenge --  The wolf stript of his shepherd's cloathing.
Microfilm. Los Angeles : UCLA Library, Photographic Dept., 1972. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
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