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Ljnmasked; or, Lord George Sackville proved to be Junius.

With an Appendix, showing that the author of the Letters of
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George III.," and author of "The North Briton," addressed to
Mr. Wilkes. i2mo. Boston, 1828.

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Junius. A Letter to Daniel Webster, in Reply to his Legal Opinion to Baring, Brothers & Co., upon the Illegality and Unconstitutionality of State Bonds, and Loans of State Credit. 8vo. N. Y., 1840.

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