Britain's remembrancer: or, The danger not over : Being some thoughts on the proper improvement of the present juncture. The character of this age and nation. A brief view, from history, of the effects of the vices which now prevail in Britain, upon the greatest empires and states of former times. Remarkable deliverances this nation has had in the most imminent dangers; with suitable reflexions. Some hints, shewing what is in the power of the several ranks of people, and of every individual in Britain, to do toward securing the state from all its enemies. The fifth edition: with a preface by Mr Thomas Boston at Oxnam, and recommendations by the Late Mr Willison at Dundee, &c

Main Author: Burgh, James
Format: eBook
Published: Edinburgh Printed by T. Lumisden and E. Robertson. Sold at their Printing-house in the Fish-market close, and by Gray and Peter in the New-Exchange; Robert Smith and John Robertson in Glasgow; Baillie Thomas Winterup and James Oliver at Jedburgh; James Ekron in Hawick; Mattbew Irvine in Langholm, William Howison in Scelfhill, Thomas Laidlow in Flex, Simon Nicol in Stobetcott, James Grieve in Houpeshouse, and James Biggar in Gare, merchants 1757, 1757
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Anonymous. By James Burgh. - English Short Title Catalog, T167868. - Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (90p) 12°