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R:eign' OF '•&&&&&E?j[IL
TO THE * .* ;•'
TERMINATION OF THE LATE WAR.
TO WH1CH 1S PREF1XED,"
A VIEW OF THE PROGRESS1VE IMPROVEMENT OF ENGLAND,
IN SIX FOLUMES.
Printed by A. Strahan, New-street Square,
Prevalent discontents.—Mr. UZilkes returnsfrom exile—offers himself candidate for London—rejecled—chosen for Middlesex—-prosecuted at the in/lance of ministers—tried before lord Mansfield—sentenced to the king's bench prison—popular in-, ve£lives againjl the judge.—Riots in St. George's f elds.— TVilkes's outlawry reversed.—King of Denmark visits Britain.—Favouritestudies of his Britannic majesty.—Voyages of discovery and science.*—Capt. Cook.— Mr. Banks.—Affairs on the continent.—Parties in Poland.—Dissidents.— Interference of Prussia and Russia.—Conduit of Austria— of France.—-Rupture between Russia and Turkey.—American colonies enraged at Mr. Townshend's new impost.—• Province of Majfachusets more aElive in resistance.—-New combination againfl British commodities,—Lord Hill/borough the secretary of jlate, his letter to the governors of their re■ fpeilive provinces.—Riots at Boston—England. — DisfatiffaElion and licentiousness.—Wilkes inflames the discontent.—i Supported by the chief citizens of the metropolis.—Lord Chatham resigns the privy seal.—Parties mutually adverse, (Oficur in opposition to administration. - Page \
Meeting .pf'-'p^tyliament—petition of Mr. tVilkes—charges