An Impartial Sketch of the Debate in the House of Commons of Ireland: On a Motion Made on Friday, August 12, 1785, by the Right Honourable Thomas Orde, Secretary to His Grace Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland, Lord Lieutenant, for Leave to Bring in a Bill for Effectuating the Intercourse and Commerce Between Great Britain and Ireland, ... By William Woodfall
W. Woodfall; J. Debrett; G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1785 - 224 pages
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