[Elections]. The Case of John Trenchard and James Smyth Esquires. No Place: No Publisher. First Edition. Folio. Unbound. Broadsheet. Good. Printed double-sided broadsheet, drop-head title and docket title, no publisher, no place, no date, ESTC suggests London, 1722.
Browned and chipped to edges with small amounts of loss, a few spots of foxing, old ink number to top corners.
Relates to the election of Members of Parliament for Taunton in 1721, both Trenchard and Smyth (Smith) were duly returned. Trenchard is best known for his opposition to a standing army, against which he wrote several pamphlets.
BL only in ESTC