[Philadelphia] : America: printed for the subscribers, by Robert Bell, at the late Union-Library, in Third-Street, Philadelphia, MDCCLXXII [1772-1773]
Book — , iv, , 6-119, , xii, 155,  p. ; 25 cm.
I. Priestley's Remarks on some paragraphs in the 4th vol. of Blackstone's Commentaries, relating to the dissenters.--II. Blackstone's Reply to Priestley's Remarks.--III. Priestley's Answer to Blackstone's Reply.--IV. The case of the late election of the county or Middlesex considered on the principles of the constitution and the authorities of law.--V. Furneaux's Letters to the Hon. Mr. Justice Blackstone concerning his exposition of the Act of toleration, and some positions relative to religious liberty, in his celebrated Commentaries.--VI. Authentic copies of the Argument of the late Hon. Mr. Justice Foster in the Court of judges delegates, and of the Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Mansfield in the House of lords, in the cause between the city of London and the dissenters.