MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS, 1710-1746 -- [TINDAL, Mathew (1653-1733)]. An Enquiry into the Causes of the Present Disaffection. London: J. Roberts, 1723. ONE EDITION. [Bound with:] A Letter from a Gentleman at the Court of St. Germains. London: J. Baker, 1710. Second edition. Variously attributed to Pierre des Maiseaux, Daniel Defoe and Arthur Maynwaring. Cf. Moore 189 [and:] [John TOLAND (1670-1722)]. The Grand Mystery laid Open namely, dividing the Protestants to weaken the Hanover Succession. London: J. Roberts, 1714. One of two editions. Besides writing pamphlets against Sacheverell and Jacobitism, Toland edited the works of Milton and took part in 'philosophical conversations' with Sophie Charlotte. [and:] An address to the People of England shewing the unworthiness of their Behaviour to King George, the folly of the pretended reasons for the present rebellion. London: J. Wyatt, 1715. FIRST EDITION. Sometimes attributed to Defoe. Moore 329. [and:] A Letter to a Clergy-Man representing our Duty to King George. London: John Wyatt, 1715. ONE EDITION. [and:] [William KING (1663-1712)]. Mr. L----b's Recantation in a Letter to Poor Tom occasion'd by his reading the Two Wolves in Lambs Skins. London: J. Sackfield and J. Morphew, 1716. (Lacks final advertisement leaf.) 'Originally published as Mr. B--t's Recantation for an attack on Henry Sacheverell, but here published with interpolated animadversions taken from the works of King and Lambe as the recantation of Charles Lambe, part author of Sacheverell's Vindication' (ESTC). [and:] Philip Yorke, Earl of HARDWICKE (1690-1764). The Speech of ... Philip Lord Hardwicke, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain. [London: 1746]. Drop-head title. Judgement given against William, Earl of Kilmarnock, George, Earl of Cromarty, and Arthur, Lord Balmerino, on 1st August 1746 for their part in the '45 Rebellion. ESTC locates just 4 copies of this 8° edition. The speech was also published by Samuel Billingsley in folio.
Together 9 tracts in one volume, 8° (180 x 104mm.). Late 19th-century morocco, spine titled in gilt: 'Letter from Court of St. Germains etc. 1710.'