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Libel and slander -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800
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The baseness and perniciousness of the sin of slandering and back-biting. By Josiah Woodward, D.D. late minister of Popler
Woodward, Josiah, 1660-1712
London : Printed and sold by J. Downing, in Bartho[l]omew-Close, near West-Smithfield, 1729
1729
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The baseness and perniciousness of the sin of slandering and back-biting. By Josiah Woodward, D.D. minister of Popler
Woodward, Josiah, 1660-1712
London : Printed and sold by J. Downing in Bartholomew Close, 1706
1706
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Doctor King's apology Or, Vindication of himself from the several matters charged on him by the Society of Informers
King, William, 1685-1763
Oxford : Printed at the Theatre for S. Parker, bookseller: and sold by W. Owen near Temple-Bar, London, MDCCLV. [1755]
1755
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The examiner. Wherein are expos'd the falsities, mis-representations, and invidious reflections, contain'd in that scandalous and malicious libel, the free-Briton of Thursday, July 1, 1731. And the character of Mr. P. fully cleared and justified. Also an ample detection of the pretented, secret history, glossaries, and vile impositions of the hireling 'squire Walsingham, made manifest
Philalethes
London : Printed by J. Dicks, without Temple Bar; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminsiter, 1731
1731
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May it please your Lordship, your Lordship's, great candor and readiness in redressing of grievances, encourage us, at the instance of a great number of the gentry of the county of Anglesey, humbly to remind your Lordship on their behalf, how unfortunate they are for want of a more legal and impartial exercise of that power, which the bounty of the Crown has lodged in the Lord Viscount Bulkeley, who is Custos Rotulorum of that county, constable of the castle of Bewmares, chamberlain of North-Wal
Owen, Arthur, fl. 1709
[London : s.n., 1709]
1709
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May it please your Lordship, your Lordship's great candour, and readiness in redressing of grievances, encourage us, at the instance of a great number of the gentry of the county of Anglesey, humbly to remind your Lordship on their behalf, how unfortunate they are for want of a more legal and impartial exercise of that power which the bounty of the Crown has lodg'd in the Lord Viscount Bulkeley, who is Custos Rotulorum of that county, constable of the castle of Bewmares, chamberlain of North-Wal
Owen, Arthur, fl. 1709
[London : s.n., 1709]
1709
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Mr. King's apology Or, A reply to his calumniators. The subjects treated, and facts stated, will be found materially to concern every person who resides in a great metropolis
King, John, banker
London : Printed for T. Wilkins, No. 11, Great Turnstile, Holborn, and sold by all the booksellers, 1799
1799
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Mr. King's apology Or, A reply to his calumniators. The subjects treated and facts stated, will be found materially to concern every person who resides in a great metropolis
King, John, banker
London : Printed for T. Wilkins, No. 11, Great Turnstile, Holborn; and sold by all the booksellers, 1799
1799
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The proceedings of the House of Lords in the case of Benjamin Flower, prin-ter of the Cambridge intelligencer, for a supposed libel on the bishop of Llandaff With prefatory remarks, and animadversions on the writings of the bishop of Llandaff, the Rev. R. Ramsden, A.M. Fellow of Trinity College, and the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M. minister of the baptist meeting, Cambridge: by the Printer. To which are added, the argument in the Court of King's Bench, on a motion for an Habeas Corpus, and a postscrip
Flower, Benjamin, 1755-1829
Cambridge : Printed by and for B. Flower, and sold by Crosby and Letterman, Stationer's-Court, London; J. Reed, Bristol; C. Sutton, Nottingham; and W. Holloway, Bampton, Oxon, M,D,CCC. [1800]
1800
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[By the King,] a proclamation, for apprehending and securing the persons of Doctor Gaylard, apprentice to Nathaniel Mist of Great Carter-Lane, in the city of London, printer, and of Nathaniel Wilkinson
Great Britain. Sovereign (1714-1727 : George I)
London : Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns ..., 1721
1721
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A serious remonstrance to the publick. In regard to the many bold uncommon insults and reflections latey publish'd against the government by the writers for the male-contents; with a hint upon the use and abuse of the press. Address'd particularly to the electors of Great Britain. Wherein also the behaviour of the opposition towards His Majesty, and his adm----n, both before and since the commencement of the war, is judiciously consider'd, and the malecontent party fairly and honestly painted in
Friend to liberty
London : Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, MDCCXL. [1740]
1740
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A short and sober answer to a malicious and calumnious libel, (Being the postscript to a book published by Mr. Willison, one of the presbyterian preachers at Brechin, called a letter from a parochial bishop to a prelatical gentleman, &c.) Or A vindication of the discourse upon the fourth commandment, published by J.S. a presbyter of the Episcopal Church of Scotland
Small, James, ca. 1650-ca. 1730
[Edinburgh? : s.n., 1715?]
1715?
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A short answer to two lybels lately published against D.O. By Drs. Cheyne and Pitcairn
Oliphant, Charles, d. 1719
[Edinburgh? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1702
1702
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State of the process, the presbytery of peebles against Mr David Dickson late minister of the Gospel at Newlands, referred by the Reverend Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale to the venerable assembly of the Church of Scotland, to meet in May 1763
Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Peebles
[Edinburgh? : s.n., 1763]
1763
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To the honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in this present Parliament assembled The humble petition of Clement VValker, and William Prynne, Esquires
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651
[London : s.n., 1644]
1644
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