The Speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons: On the Irish Resolutions, on Thursday, May 12, 1785, to which is Added an Authentic Copy of the Resolutions, as Originally Proposed and Now Altered by Mr. Chancellor Pitt, Volume 1
prinied [sic] for J. Debrett, 1785 - 100 pages
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