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Name: 
Flower, B.
Flower, Benjamin
Friend to the Constitution
Dates: 
1755-1829
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
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Related names: 
Clayton, John
Clayton, William Rev
Clifford, Henry (1768-1813)
Flower, Richard (1761?-1829)
France
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
National Library of Wales
Whelan, Timothy D.
Titles: 
cambridge intelligencer
Constitution. 1791.
Constitution. 1795
Divine judgments on guilty nations, their causes and effects considered : in a discourse delivered at Newport in the Isle of Wight before a congregation of Protestant dissenters on the late fast day
French constitution, The ; with remarks on some of its principal articles ; ... By Benjamin Flower
French constitution; with remarks on some of its principal articles; in which their importance in a political, moral and religious point of view, is illustrated; ... By Benjamin Flower, The
Letters from the Illinois, 1820, 1821 : containing an account of the English settlement at Albion and its vicinity, and a refutation of various misrepresentations, those more particularly of Mr. Cobbett
Letters of Benjamin Flower and Eliza Gould Flower, 1794-1808
life of robinson
National sins considered, 1796:
political register, the
Politics, religion, and romance : the letters of Benjamin Flower and Eliza Gould Flower, 1794-1808
principles of the British Constitution explained; and the right, necessity, and expediency of reform, asserted. ... By a friend to the Constitution, The
proceedings of the House of Lords in the case of Benjamin Flower, prin-ter of the Cambridge intelligencer, for a supposed libel on the bishop of Llandaff With prefatory remarks, and animadversions on the writings of the bishop of Llandaff, the Rev. R. Ramsden, A.M. Fellow of Trinity College, and the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M. minister of the baptist meeting, Cambridge: by the Printer. To which are added, the argument in the Court of King's Bench, on a motion for an Habeas Corpus, and a postscript, containing remarks on the judgment of that court, By Henry Clifford, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister at law., The
proceedings of the House of Lords in the case of Benjamin Flower, printer of The Cambridge intelligencer, for a supposed libel on the Bishop of Llandaff, The : with prefatory remarks and animadversions on the writings of the Bishop of Llandaff, the Rev. R. Ramsden ... and the Rev. Robert Hall ...
sins of government
statement of facts, relative to the conduct of the Reverend John Clayton, Senior, the Reverend John Clayton, Junior, and the Reverend William Clayton, A : the proceedings on the trial of an action brought by Benjamin Flower against the Reverend John Clayton, Junior, for defamation, with remarks.
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