Abbreviated title
A letter to the seven lords of the committee, appointed to examine Gregg. [By John Oldmixon?]
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CUL , Dd*.3.3 (7)
Publisher and Printer
A letter to the seven lords of the committee, Appointed to Examine Gregg., Vol. , pp .
London, Baker, J., 1711.


This letter, a defence of the committee that examined Gregg, is not by Swift, but the letter [possibly by John Oldmixon] that he replied to in Some Remarks upon a Pamphlet, Entitl’d , A Letter to the Seven Lords of the Committee, Appointed to Examine Gregg.

Baker was a prominent trade publisher or distributor. He established the firm that was later run by Thomas Warner, and, later still, by Thomas and Mary Cooper.

References: The Prose Writings of Jonathan Swift, ed. Herbert Davis and others, 16 vols. (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1939-74), vol. iii, pp. 245-58, 279; Irvin Ehrenpreis, Swift: The Man, His Works, and the Age, 3 vols. (London: Methuen, 1962-83), vol. ii, pp. 471-3; Michael Treadwell, ‘London Trade Publishers, 1675-1750’, Library, 6th ser. 4 (1982), 99-134.