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The Rose: being a detection of the pernicious tendency of two libels lately published, viz. in the Old England Journal, and a pamphlet entitled, The Thistle. Together with some considerations for repealing the heretable jurisdictions reserved to the Scots, by the 20th article of the Treaty of Union.
London: printed for J Roberts, N.D. [1747].. 8vo. [ii], 50pp, head-piece, decorated capital. Bound with: JEST and EARNEST. The Umpire; being a serio-comi-critical dissection of three learned and important dissertations on the nature of Englishmen and Scots, lately exhibited to the public under the titles of Old-England; the Thistle, and the Rose. London: printed for H Carpenter, N.D. [1747.] 8vo. 56pp, head-piece, decorated capital. Bound with: The Thistle; a dispassionate examine of the prejudice of Englishmen in general to the Scotch nation; and particularly of a late arrogant insult offered to all Scotchmen, by a modern English journalist. In a letter to the author of Old England of Dec. 27, 1746. London: printed for H. Carpenter, N.D. [1747 2nd edition. 52pp, title-page device, head-piece. Modern purpose-made box, quarter green cloth, marbled sides and interior, printed paper spine label. First title-page lightly soiled with small hole and small closed tear to gutter-margin.
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