An Extraordinary Craftsman

An Extraordinary Craftsman

Containing, A Full and Particular Account of A South-Sea Scheme: The Political Methods Us'd by A Prime Minister, for the Surrendering Two Very Important Fortresses Under the Government of His Sovereign: An Account of Four Thousand Mariners That Were Kill'd at Sea Without A Gun Being Fired at Them: Animadversions on the Writings of Roger Manly, of Lincoln's - Inn, Esq; Some Account of A Steward's Laying the Charge and Burthen of His Guilt Upon His Lord and Master's Shoulders, &c. The Whole Interspers'd With the Character of A Certain Prime Minister. With Some Seasonable Advice to A Nation-plunderer. By William Platoe, Esq, Revis'd and Publish'd by Caleb D'Anvers, of Gray's-Inn, Esq

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Franklaine, near Covent-Garden: and sold by R. Walker, at the White-Hart without Temple-Bar; and by the booksellers, pamphlet-sellers, mercuries, and hawkers, MDCCXXIX. [1729]
Characteristics: [2],22p. ; 8⁰


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