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The CONDUCT of the ALLIES,
and the EXAMINERS, &c.
DU B L IN:
mening S H E Publisher of the four pre
ceding Volumes, having met with great Success in the Sale of them, was encouraged by the supposed Author's Friends, to colleet all his political Writings, and other Pieces, in two
Volumes ; in which, be was
o asisted by those Gentlemen, who favoured him in correcting the former Writings.
The Conduct of the Allies, which made a great Noise in the World, and was universally allowed by the opposite Party, to be the best written Pamphlet which had appeared upon the Subject, is a Treatise that was thought too material to be lost, as it serves for a History of those Times, and gives a great Light into the Affairs tranfaéting all over Europe ; and, it is remarkable, that the Ministry of bis late Maje. sty's Reign, as well as of the present, have avoided running into an expensive War by Land, to asit their Allies, although it might have saved th: Empire lately from Ruin, both in Germany and Italy. A 2