The history, debates, and proceedings of both Houses of Parliament of Great Britain from the year 1743 to the year 1774: containing the most interesting motions, speeches, resolutions, reports, petitions, evidence, protests and papers, laid before either House; together with the supplies and ways and means of each session; also lists of each Parliament, and of the divisions upon the most important questions; in seven volumes, Volume 5
Printed for J. Debrett, 1792 - Political Science
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