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you have no more to wish for, but that you may live and practice 'em ; and it will be to me both a great Satisfaction and Honour to fee my Work finisht by the fame Artist who put it firft into my hands, and trufted me with the beginning of it. It will be enough for me that I have put my hands to fuch a Mafter-piece, and fhall be highly honoured if your Lordship take notice of my Endeavours, and fufficiently Rewarded if you grant your Protection to him who has no other Ambition than to be,
Obedient and most
J. Dela Heuze.
Power on Sir Gilbert Gerrard about
no Peers, though Lords of Parlia-
A Speech for the Banishing the Pa-
A Speech on the Corruption of the Judges.