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The rights and interests of the two British monarchies, inquir'd into, and clear'd with a special respect to an united or separate state. Treatise I. Shewing The different Nature of an Incorporating and Federal Union; The Reasons why all Designs of Union have hitherto prov'd Unsuccessful; and the Inconsistency of an Union by Incorporation with the Rights, Liberties, National Interests, and Publick Good of both Kingdoms.

Title
The rights and interests of the two British monarchies, inquir'd into, and clear'd [electronic resource] : with a special respect to an united or separate state. Treatise I. Shewing The different Nature of an Incorporating and Federal Union; The Reasons why all Designs of Union have hitherto prov'd Unsuccessful; and the Inconsistency of an Union by Incorporation with the Rights, Liberties, National Interests, and Publick Good of both Kingdoms.
Author
Hodges, James.
Publication
Edinburgh : re-printed by John Reid for James Donaldson, and are to be sold at the Caledonia Coffee-House, 1703.
Electronic Resource
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Gale (Firm)
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[10],42,45-88p.; 8⁰.
Uniform Title
  • Rights and interests of the two British monarchies. Treatise 1
  • Eighteenth century collections online.
Alternative Title
Rights and interests of the two British monarchies. Treatise 1
Subject
Note
  • Anonymous. By James Hodges.
  • The text is continuous despite pagination.
  • Reproduction of original from British Library.
Indexed In (note)
  • English Short Title Catalog,
Reproduction (note)
  • Electronic reproduction.
OCLC
642607632
Author
Hodges, James.
Title
The rights and interests of the two British monarchies, inquir'd into, and clear'd [electronic resource] : with a special respect to an united or separate state. Treatise I. Shewing The different Nature of an Incorporating and Federal Union; The Reasons why all Designs of Union have hitherto prov'd Unsuccessful; and the Inconsistency of an Union by Incorporation with the Rights, Liberties, National Interests, and Publick Good of both Kingdoms.
Imprint
Edinburgh : re-printed by John Reid for James Donaldson, and are to be sold at the Caledonia Coffee-House, 1703.
Series
Eighteenth century collections online.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Indexed In:
English Short Title Catalog, T45068.
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Place of Publication
Great Britain Scotland Edinburgh.
Added Author
Gale (Firm)
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