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2 Ibid.; Rogers, Nicholas, Whigs and Cities: Popular Politics in the Age of Walpole and Pitt (Oxford, 1989); Borsay, Peter, The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town, 1660–1770 (New York, 1989).
3Bleackley, Horace, The Life of John Wilkes (London, 1917).
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