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APPEAL FROM THE NEW TO THE OLD DRESSED TO THE DUKE OF PORT-

WAIGS

3 LAND AND LORD FITZWILLIAM 140

LETTER TO A PEER OF IRELAND ON PREFACE TO THE ADDRESS OF M.

THE PENAL LAWS AGAINST IRISH

BRISSOT TO HIS CONSTITUENTS 160

CATHOLICS

56 APPENDIX TO THE ADDRESS OF M.

LETTER TO SIR HERCULES LAN-

BRISSOT, 1794

169

GRISHE

BART. M. P. ON THE SUB-

LETTER TO WILLIAM Elliot, Esq.,

JECT OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF

OCCASIONED BY A SPEECH MADE IN

IRELAND, AND THE PROPRIETY OF

THE HOUSE OF LORDS BY THE

ADMITTING THEM TO THE ELECTIVE

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173

FRANCHISE, CONSISTENTLY WITH

THOUGHTS AND DETAILS ON SCAR-

THE PRINCIPLES OF THE CONSTITU-

CITY-ORIGINALLY PRESENTED TO

TIOX, AS ESTABLISHED AT THE RE-

THE Right Hon. WILLIAM Pitt,

VOLUTION

6S

IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1795 180

Hixts FOR A MEMORIAL, TO BE DE-

A LETTER FROM THE Right Hon.
LIFERED TO MOXŞIEUR DE M. M. 85

EDMUND BUP.KE TO A Noble LORD,
THOUGHTS ON FRENCH AFFAIRS-

ON THE ATTACKS MADE UPON HIM

WRITTEX IN DECEMBER 1791

86

AND HIS PENSION IN THE HOUSE OF

HEADS FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF

LORDS, BY THE DUKE OF BEDFORD

THE PRESENT STATE OF AFFAIRS

AND THE EARL or LAUDERDALE,

-WRITTEN IN NOVEMBER 1792 107

1796

REMARKS ON THE POLICY OF THE AL-

THREE LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A

LIES WITH RESPECT TO FRANCE-

MEMBER OF THE PRESEXI PAR-

BEGUN IN OCTOBER 1793

114

LIAMENT, ON THE PROPOSALS FOR

APPENDIX TO REMARKS ON THE PO-

PEACE WITH THE REGICIDE Dı.

LICY OF THE ALLIES

136

RECTORY OF FRANCE

OBSERVATIONS ON THE CONDUCT OF LETTER 1.-ON THE OVERTURES or
THE MINORITY, IN A LETTER AD-

Pead 1796

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LETTER II.-ON THE GeniuS AND

VINDICATION OF THE AUTHOR'S
CHARACTER OF THE French Re- PARLIAMENTA

NTARY CONDUCT, RELA-
VOLUTION, AS IT REGARDS OTHER

TIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF IRE

Nations, 1796

243

LAN

374

LETTER III.-ON THE RUPTURE OF

LETTER TO John MERLOTT, ESQ. AN

THE NEGOCIATION-THE TERMS OF

EMINENT MERCHANT OF BRISTOL,

PEACE PROPOSED—AND THE RE-

DATED APRIL, 1780, ON THE SAME

SOURCES OF THE COUNTRY FOR

SUBJECT AS THE PRECEDING LET

THE CONTINUANCE OF THE WAR. 262

TER

383

INTRODUCTORY LETTER то THE

LETTERS (TO THE LORD CHANCEL-

Right Hon. WILLIAM ELLIOT . 307

LETTERS ON A REGICIDE PEACE:

LOR, TO THE EARL BATHURST, AND

LETTER IV. TO THE EARL Fitz-

TO Sir Grey Cooper) with Re-

WILLIAM

312

FLECTIONS ON THE EXECUTIONS OF

Letter TO THE EMPRESS OF Rus-

THE RIOTERS IN 1780

384

BIA, DATED NOVEMBER, 1791 347 LETTER TO THE Right Hon. HENRY

LETTER TO Sir Charles BINGHAM, DUNDAS, ONE OF His MAJESTY'S

Bart. DATED OCTOBER, 1773, on

PRINCIPALSECRETARIES OF STATE,

THE IRISH ABSENTEE TAX

348 DATED EASTER Monday Night,

LETTER TO THE Hon. CHARLES 1792, WITH A SKETCH OF A NEGRO

JAMES Fox, DATED OCTOBER, 1777,

CODE

399

ON THE AMERICAN WAR

352 LETTER TO THE CHAIRMAN OF

THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MEETING,

LETTER TO THE MARQUIS OF Rock-

INGHAM, DATED JANUARY, 1777, ON

HELD 13th APRIL, 1780, AT AYLES-

BURY, ON THE DURATION OF Par-

A PROPOSED SECESSION FROM PAR-

LIAMENT OF MEMBERS WHO HAD

LIAMENTS, AND A MORE EQUAL

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE 400

OPPOSED THE AMERICAN WAR 356

TRACTS, RELATIVE TO THE LAWS

A PROPOSED ADDRESS TO THE KING,

AGAINST POPERY IN IRELAND 402

ON THE SAME SUBJECT

359

LETTER TO WILLIAM SMITH, Esq.

ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH COLO-

DATED JANUARY, 1795 ; THEN

NISTS IN North AMERICA

367

MEMBER OF THE IRISH PARLIA-

LETTER TO THE Right Hon. ED-

MENT, NOW ONE OF THE BARONS

MUND PERRY, SPEAKER OF THE

OF THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER IN

HOUSE OF COMMONS OF IRELAND,

IRELAND; ON THE SAME SUBJECT 429

DATED JULY, 1778, ON A BILL FOR

Second LETTER TO SIR HERCULES

THE RELIEF OF His MAJESTY's Ro-
MAN CATHOLIC SUBJECTS IN IRE.

LANG RISHE, DATED MAY, 1795,
LAND
371

426

ON THE SAME SUBJECT

LETTER TO THOMAS BURGI, Esq.

LETTER TO RICHARD BURKE, Esq.

DATED NEW-YEAR's Day, 1780 IN

428

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LETTER ON THE AFFAIRS OF IRE-

CHAPTER III.

LAND, WRITTEN IN THE YEAR THE REDUCTION OF BRITAIN BY THE

1797

. 437

ROMANS

. 497

FRAGMENTS AND NOTES OF SPEECH-

CHAPTER IV.

ES IN PARLIAMENT

THE FALL OF THE ROMAN POWER IN

ON THE ACTS OF UNIFORMITY 442

BRITAIN

505

ON THE BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF

BOOK II.

PROTESTANT DISSENTERS

448

ON THE PETITION OF THE UNITA-

CHAPTER I.

THE ENTRY AND SETTLEMENT OF

RIANS

453

Ox THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION 459 THE SAXONS, AND THEIR CONVER-

Ox A BILL FOR SHORTENING THE

SION TO CHRISTIANITY

. 509

DURATION OF PARLIAMENTS 462

CHAPTER II.

Ox THE REFORM OF THE REPRE- ESTABLISHMENT OF CHRISTIANITY;
SENTATION IN THE HOUSE OF Com-

or MONASTIC INSTITUTIONS AND

467 OF THEIR EFFECTS

MONS

. 514

ON THE POWERS OF JURIES IN PRO-

CHAPTER III.

SECUTIONS FOR LIBELS

472 SERIES OF ANGLO-SAXON KINGS

A LETTER ON THE SAME SUBJECT 477

FROM ETHELBERT TO ALFRED;

Ox A BILL FOR REPEALING THE

WITH THE INVASION OF THE DANEB 519

MARRIAGE ACT

479

CHAPTER IV.

REIGN OF KING ALFRED

ON THE DORMANT CLAIMS OF THE

. 521

CHURCH.

481

CHAPTER V.

SUCCESSION OF KINGS FROM ALFRED

HINTS FOR AN ESSAY ON THE DRA.

to HAROLD

524

MA

CHAPTER VI.

AS ABRIDGMENT OF ENGLISH HISTORY; HAROLD-INVASION OF THE NOR-

FROM THE INVASION OF JULIUS CESAR

MANS-ACCOUNT OF THAT PEOPLE,

TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF KING

AND OF THE STATE OF ENGLAND

JOHN:-IN THREE Books SVIZ,

AT THE TIME OF THE INVASION 521

BOOK I.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER I.

OF THE LAWS AND INSTITUTIONS OF

CAUSES OF THE CONNEXION BETWEEN THE Saxons

531

THE ROMANS AND BRITAINS.-CE-

BOOK III.

SAR'S TWO INVASIOns OF BRITAIN 487

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE AT

Some ACCOUNT OF THE ANCIENT IN-

THE TIME OF THE NORMAN IXTA-

HABITANTS OF BRITAIN

. 490 SION

543

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