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Title:       A Vindication of the Right of Election against the Disabling Power
             of the House of Commons, Shewing That Power to Be Contrary to The
             Principles of the Constitution . . . and Not Warranted by The Law
             and Usage of Parliament [etc.]
Publisher:   Printed for G. Woodfall, at Charing-Cross [etc.], London, 1769.
Description: Only edition of a tract written during the height of the Wilkes
             controversy, acknowledging the authority of both Montesquieu and,
             particularly, Blackstone, whose "Commentaries" and his "Case of
             the Late Election" are cited on several occasions
Condition:   Modern gray stabbed wraps, ex-library, else a very good copy; 72
             pages
Book No.:     W-77510                Price: $     450.00
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