Jerusalem: Hebrew University, Ha-Hug La-Historiyah shel Am Yisrael, 1971. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers, ii, 111 pp. Very Good. Item #25954
Includes 1) "The Bill, permitting the Jews to be Naturalized by Parliament, having been misrepresented in the London Gazeteer, of Friday the 18th May; and probably having been never read either by the Author of that Paper, or by several others who have since signed a Petition which that Paper was calculated to support: To remove those false Impressions, the following short, but true, State of Facts is Submitted to the Consideration of the Public." [Ph. C. Webb]. 2) Considerations on the Bill to Permit Persons professing the Jewish Religion to be Naturalized by Parliament. In Several Letters from a Merchant in Town to his Friend in the Country. Wherein The Motives of all Parties interested therein are examined; The Principles of Christianity; with Regard to the Admission of Jews, are fully discussed; And their Utility in Trade clearly proved," Philo Patriae [Joseph Salvador]. 3) "A Modest Apology for the Citizens and Merchants of London Who petitioned the House of Common against Naturalizing the Jews. The Third Edition." 4) "A Full Answer to the Fallacious Apology Artfully Circulated through the Kingdom, In Favour of the Naturalization of the jews. Inscribed to the Lord Mayor, Alderman, and Common-Council of the City of London," A Christian [William Romaince?]. All four pamphlets are reprinted in facsimile. All were originally published in the year 1753.