Second Thoughts are Best: Or a Further Improvement of a Late Scheme to Prevent Street Robberies

by Daniel Defoe

BY WHICHOur Streets will be strongly guarded, and so gloriously illuminated, that any part of London will be as safe and pleasant at Midnight as at Noonday; and Burglary totally impracticable:WithSome Thoughts for suppressing Robberies in all the Public Roads of England, &c.HumblyOffered for the Good of his Country, submitted to the Consideration of the Parliament, and dedicated to his sacred Majesty King George II.

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