modest plea for an equal Common-wealth against monarchy ...

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A modest plea for an equal common-wealth against monarchy: in which the genuine nature and true interest of a free-state is briefly stated: its consistency with a national clergy, mercenary lawyers, and hereditary nobility examined.

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