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A history and defence of Magna Charta. Containing a copy of the original charter at large, with an English translation; The Manner of its being obtained from King John, With its Preservation and Final Establishment in the Succeeding Reigns; with an introductory discourse, Containing a short Account of the Rise and Progress of National Freedom, From the Invasion of Caesar to the present Times. Also the Liberties which are confirmed by the Bill of Rights, &c. To which is added, An essay on Parliaments, Describing their Origin in England, And the extraordinary Means by which they have been lengthened from Half Yearly to Septennial ones.
Dublin: Printed for James Williams, at No. 5, in Skinner-Row, 1769.