2 edition of Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October 1795. found in the catalog.
Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October 1795.
William Eden baron Auckland
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Get this from a library. Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war: in the fourth week of October [William Eden Auckland, Baron]. Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October London: Printed for J. Walter, (OCoLC) Online version: Auckland, William Eden, Baron, Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October London: Printed for J.
Walter, (OCoLC) The fourth letter, addressed to William Fitzwilliam, was written following Burke's reading of William Eden's Some Remarks on the Apparent Circumstances of the War in the Fourth Week of October When Pitt's government tried to negotiate peace with France, Burke stopped composing the letter and instead published what became the first two.
Some Remarks On the Apparent Circumstances of the War, in the Fourth Week of October Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) Dlc [from Old Catalog] Some Remarks On the Apparent Circumstances.
Auckland, William Eden, Baron, Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October (London: Printed for J. Walter, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Auckland, William Eden, Baron, Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October AUCKLAND, William Eden] Published by Printed for J.
Walter, London (). Four letters to the Earl of Carlisle, from William Eden, Esq on certain perversions of political reasoning, and on the nature, progress, and effect of party-spirit and of parties, on the present circumstances of the war between Great Britain and the combined powers of France and Spain, on the public debts, on the public credit, and on the means of raising supplies, on the.
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