A Second Series of Facts and Arguments Tending to Prove, that the Abilities of the Two B-----rs are Not More Extraordinary Than Their Virtues: In a Letter to a Member of Parliament
An attack on Thomas Pelham Holles, Duke of Newcastle, and Henry Pelham, the two b-----rs.
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