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Flower, B.
Flower, Benjamin
Friend to the Constitution
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Aspland, Robert (1782-1845))
Clayton, John
Flower, Benjamin (1755-1829))
Fuller, Andrew (1754-1815))
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Hall, Robert (1764-1831))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
National Library of Wales
Whelan, Timothy D.
cambridge intelligencer
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... ; with a preface and notes by Benjamin Flower, 1804.
DNB, The Dictionary of National Biography
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; and the Necessity of A Reformation in Church and State in Great Britain, Enforced. 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
National sins considered, 1796:
Observations on the duty and power of juries as established by the laws of England with extracts from various authors
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
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.