A fifth letter to the people of England, On the subversion of the constitution: and, the necessity of it’s being restored.;A fourth letter to the people of England. On the conduct of the M-rs in alliances, fleets, and armies, since the first differences on the Ohio, to the taking of Minorca by the French.;A second letter to the people of England. On foreign subsidies, subsidiary armies, and their consequences to this nation.;A sixth letter to the people of England, on the progress of national ruin; in which it is shewn, that the present grandeur of France, and calamities of this nation, are owing to the influence of Hanover on the Councils of England.;A third letter to the people of England, on liberty, taxes, and the application of public money.