ALFRED OR A NARRATIVE of the daring and illegal measures to suppress a pamphlet intitled, Strictures on the Declaration of Horne Tooke, Esq. Respecting "Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales" commonly called Mrs. Fitzherbert. With interesting remarks on a regency; proving o
London: For the author, 1789. 5th edn. 8vo, pp. 48. Later wraps, little foxed, VG. (Item ID: 7237)
Withers responds to the suppression of his pamphlet concerning Tooke's expression of disbelief that the King and Queen were legally married. The whole is an outgrowth of the political campaign where Tooke fought against Pitt and Withers supported him.