An address to Richard Brinsley Sheriden, Esq.
on the public and private proceedings during the late election for Westminster; including the state of domestic politics at the commencement of the new Parliament; with a view of the "Letter to the Earl of Moria," on certain accusations against His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and occasional remarks on the Marquis Wellesley, Sir Francis Burdett, Messrs. Whitbread, Eliott, Sheridan, T. Sheridan, Paull, Moore, Britten, Cobbett, &c.
By the author of Mr. Fox's title to patriot, &c. [i.e. and man of the people] disputed.
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London, printed for John Joseph Stockdale, 1807.
|Edition:||Second edition, corrected.|
First edition published 1807.
"Printed by G. Sidney ... Strand."
Physical description:  leaf,63,p. 21cm.
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