A Letter to the Right Honourable Robert Walpole, Esq: Occasioned by His Late Promotion to the Offices of First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer. Wherein is Contained, a Short View of the Characters of the Present Ministry, and of the Wisdom and Justice of Their Proceedings at this Juncture. As Also, a State of the Scandalous and Treasonable Practices of the Tory-faction, in Parliament, and Elsewhere; Since His Majesty's Happy Accession to the Throne. Together with Characters of Their Leaders and Chief Managers; from the Late D. of O- Down to Mr. H- By a Member of the House of Commons
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