A Collection of Tracts, vol. 2 
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Volume 2 of a two part collection of essays by Trenchard and Gordon which includes essays on British politics, religion, the creed of an Independent Whig, and prefaces to
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Table of Contents:
A Collection of Tracts.
The Sense of the People concerning the present State of Affairs, with Remarks upon some Passages of our own and the Roman History. In a Letter to a Member of Parliament.
The Sense of the People concerning the present State of Affairs, c.
A compleat History of the late Septennial Parliament; wherein all their Proceedings are particularly enquired into, and faithfully related; with proper Remarks, and many secret Memoirs interspersed, concerning the late Times. To which is prefixed, Honest Advice to the Freeholders of Great-Britain.
A true History of the Septennial Parliament, c.
Resolutions of the Lords and Commons, relating to the South Sea Directors.
The Copy of a Bill for better securing the Freedom of Elections of Members to serve for the Commons in Parliament.
An Essay on the Practice of Stock-jobbing, and some Remarks on the right Use, and regular Improvement of Money. In a Letter to a Gentleman, and a Proprietor of South-Sea Stock.
An authentic Narrative of the late Proceedings and cruel Execution at Thorn; with two Letters written upon that Occasion by Britannicus, in the London Journal. To which is prefixed, An Account of the Rights and Privileges of the City of Thorn.
An authentic Narrative of the late Proceedings and cruel Execution at Thorn.
The King of Prussia’s Letter to the King of Poland.
The King of Denmark’s Letter to the King of Poland.
The King of Prussia’s Letter to the King of Great Britain.
Two Papers written by Britannicus, upon Occasion of the foregoing cruel Execution at Thorn, and printed in the London Journal.
A short View of the Conspiracy, with some Reflections on the Present State of Affairs. In a Letter to an Old Whig in the Country. By Cato.
To his Highness Prince Olaus, King of the Swedes and Goths; The humble Address of the Ecclesiastics residing at Upsal, under the Protection of his Highness.
Royal Gallantry: or, the Amours of a certain K--g of a certain Country, who kept his C--rt at a certain Place, much in the same Latitude with that of W-st-m-nst-r, related in the unhappy Adventures of Palmiris and Lindamira; in which the Characters of Tersander and Cæsarina are vindicated from the Aspersions that have been, or may be, cast upon them; and the unfortunate Death of the former set in a true Light. Done from the French, by Cato.
LINDAMIRA to CIRCE.
Palmiris to the Princess Cæsarina.
Lindamira to the Princess Cæsarina.
CIRCE to PALMIRIS.
Lindamira to Tersander.
The dying Tersander to the virtuous Lindamira.
A Letter to a Gentleman at Edinburgh, concerning the busy and assuming Spirit of the Ecclesiastics, and their extravagant Demands upon the Laity.
M. S. Johannis Trenchard, Armigeri.
A Monument Sacred to the Memory of John Trenchard, Esq;
The Craftsmen: A Sermon, or Paraphrase upon several Verses of the xixth Chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. Composed in the Style of the late Daniel Burgess.
The Craftsmen: A Sermon, or Paraphrase, upon several Verses in the 19th Chapter of the Acts of the Apostles.
A Serious Expostulation with the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, on his Letter to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster.
Seasonable Advice to the Electors of Great Britain; with a Word or two relating to the Influence of the Clergy in Elections.
The true Picture of a Modern Tory; or a High-Churchman painted to the Life.
A Sermon preached before the Learned Society of Lincoln’s-Inn, on January 30, 1732, from Job xxxiv. 30. That the Hypocrite reign not, lest the People be insnared.
A Supplement to the Sermon preached at Lincoln’s-Inn, on January 30. 1732. Addressed to a very important and most solemn Churchman, Sollicitor-General for Causes Ecclesiastical.
A Letter to the Reverend Dr. Codex, on the Subject of his modest Instruction to the Crown, inserted in the Daily Journal of February 27th, 1733. From the Second Volume of Burnet’s History.
The Preface to the Fourth Collection of Cato’s Letters.
The Preface to the Sixth Collection of Cato’s Letters.
The Creed of an Independent Whig; with an orthodox Introduction, concerning Canons, Councils, Mysteries, Miracles, and Church Authority.
Priestianity: or, A View of the Disparity between the Apostles and the Modern inferior Clergy.
Priestianity: Or a View of the Disparity between the Apostles and the modern inferior Clergy.
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