The Good Old Cause further discussed in a letter to the author of the Jacobite's Hopes Reviv'd, London: printed and sold by the booksellers, 1710, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (slightly soiled), stitched, uncut -- A Letter to the French Refugees concerning their behavior to the Government, London: by John Morphew, 1710, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (slightly soiled), stitched -- [BOYER, Abel] A Letter from a Foreign Minister in England to Monsieur Pettecum ... translated from the French original, London: for J. Baker, 1710, 8° (title soiled at margins, final leaf creased), unsewn and uncut. [Not a translation but an original work, also published in quarto the same year] With 21 other pamphlets, one published in 1709, the rest in 1710, many relating to Henry Sacheverell. (25)" /> [POLITICS IN 1710] <I>A General View of our Present Discontents</I>, London: by A. Baldwin, 1710, 8°, FIRST EDITION, final line on p. 28 reads "Truth" (slightly soiled, corners creased), stitched, uncut -- [LESLIE, Charles] <I>The Good Old Cause further discussed in a letter to the author of the Jacobite's Hopes Reviv'd</I>, London: printed and sold by the booksellers, 1710, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (slightly soiled), stitched, uncut -- <I>A Letter to the French Refugees concerning their behavior to the Government</I>, London: by John Morphew, 1710, 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (slightly soiled), stitched -- [BOYER, Abel] <I>A Letter from a Foreign Minister in England to Monsieur Pettecum ... translated from the French original</I>, London: for J. Baker, 1710, 8° (title soiled at margins, final leaf creased), unsewn and uncut. [Not a translation but an original work, also published in quarto the same year] With 21 other pamphlets, one published in 1709, the rest in 1710, many relating to Henry Sacheverell. (25) | Christie's