A defence of the Right Honorable The Earl of Shelburne, from the reproaches of his numerous enemies;
in a letter to Sir George Saville, Bart. and intended for the Direction of all other Members of Parliament, whose Objects is rather to restore the Glory of the British Empire, than administer to the views of a faction. To which is added a postscript, addressed to the Right Honorable John Earl of Stair.
By the author of Junius's Letters.
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Dublin, Printed for W. Wilson, 1833.
|Edition:||The ninth edition.|
Physical description: [1 v.]
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