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A dialogue betwixt Whig and Tory [electronic resource] : Wherein the Principles and Practices of each Party are fairly and impartially stated; that thereby Mistakes and Prejudices may be remov'd from amongst us, and all who prefer English Liberty and the Protestant Religion, to French Slavery and Popery, may be inform'd how to chuse fit and proper Instruments for our Preservation in these Times of Danger. .
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London : [for S. Popping and T. Harriman], Printed in the Year, M.DCC.X. [1710]
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42p.,plate ; 8⁰.
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London : [for S. Popping and T. Harriman], Printed in the Year, M.DCC.X. [1710]
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
citation/reference
English Short Title Catalog, T56887.
general note
First published in 1693 as 'A dialogue betwixt Whig and Tory: alias Williamite and Jacobite'.
Publishers' names supplied by Moore.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Moore, Novak). Attribution disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe de-attributions. "The tract was attributed to 'B.O. Esq.' when re-issued in A collection of state tracts in 1706. J. O. Downie ... interprets 'B.O. Esq.' as signifying the Whig pamphleteer Ben Overton"--Furbank and Owens.
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7564020

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