Substance of the Speech of the Right Honourable Henry Addington, Speaker of the House of Commons, on the 12. Febuary 1799, in the Committee of the Whole House, to Whom His Majesty's Most Gracious Message of the 22d January, Relative to an Union Between Great Britain and Ireland, was Referred
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