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, L E T T E R LV.
L E T T E R LVII. Junius to Lord Mansfield ; a review of his Lordship's conduct.
Notes : Lord Coke ; Lord Mansfield's du&trine ix - regard to libels difcuffed ; Lord Chatham's opio
nions ; Mr. De Grey's. Mr. Morris's cafe ; Judge Afton's opinion of Mr. Morris ; Mr. Morris's afidavit ; his animadversion on Judge Afton's opinion of trim
L E T T E R LVIII. Junius on the quarrel with Spain relating to Falkland's Iflands.
Note: How the dispute was settled 100-112
L E T T E R LIX. Philo Junius on the accommodation with Spain, in defence of Junius ,
I E T I ER LX. Junius on his own situation ; on the privilege of ParJiament.
Notes ; Mr. Wedderbarne; - Mr. Wilkes 11 query
L E T T E R LXI. Philo Junius's defence of the last letter -, 133-135
LETTER LXII.?" Philo Junius quotes Mr. Attorney General Noye and Sir Edward Coke in fupport of Junius : 135137
L E T T E R LXIII, Philo Junius on the contradiftory resolutions of the House of Commons
L E T T E R LXIV.
appointed Lord Privy Seal. Lord Mansfield; Mr.
143-150 EL É T T E R LXV. Junius to the Duke of Grafton, on the fatal effects of his Grace's attachments. Attack on Mr. Horne
1504156 L E T T E R LXVI. Mr. Horne's reply to Junius, and denies the charges made against him .
. 156-360 LETTER LXVII. Junius's private letter to Mr. Horne 160~164
.: L E T T E R LXVIII. ! Mr. Horne to Junius. Vindicates himself and gives
an account of Mr. Wilkes and the Rockingham ** administration :
. 1648 L E T T E R LXIX. Junius reviews Mr. Horne's conduct, ftares his own
principles ; his elegant encomium on Lord Chatham, &c. $
183–197 L E T F E R ' LXX. Philo Június vindicates Junius from thc charge of im. picty
197-200 L E T T E R LXXI. Mr. Horne's concluding letter