Royal gratitude : (or King George's Promise never to forget his Obligations to those who have Distinguish'd themselves in his Service) critically consider'd. In a letter To the Right Honourable Robert Walpole, Esq; The First Lord of the Treasury, casion'd by a general Report that Mr. John Dunton, (author of Neck or Nothing) will speedily be Rewarded with a considerable Place or Pension. Written by that Person of Honour that sent Mr. Dunton those Early Discoveries of Oxford's and Bolingbroke's Treason, which no Man durst publish but himself, and which he therefore call'd Neck or Nothing. To which is added, The High-Church Gudgeons: or, A Day's Ramble to catch the foolish Jacks with their own Treason, with Mr. Dunton's Speech to the Lord-Mayor of London upon this Occasion. Also, A Trip to the Loyal Mug-House at Night, to Drink a Health to King George and the Royal Family

Main Author: Dunton, John
Format: eBook
Published: London printed by R. Tookey, and are to be sold by S. Popping in Pater Noster Row, and most Booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland 1716, 1716
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T27900. - Price from imprint: Price 1 s. Where is also to be had The Fifth Edition of Seeing's Believing; or, King George prov'd a Us-Per. Price 1 s. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Signed at end: Philo-Patris, i.e. John Dunton. - With an additional titlepage, reading: 'Royal gratitude; or, a letter .. '. - With four final advertisement leaves
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],54,[8]p) 8°