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A D V E RTIS E MEN T.
THE extreme utility, as well as intrinfiş merit of
the following Work, is so obvious, that the Editor has little more to observe, than that it will be found equally candid and impartial.
While, however, he experiences every satisfaction in the confidence he has, that it will have its admirers for. home of the finest reading to be met' with, he suffers much in the fear he has, of being exposed to the cen. lure of others, who may probably think he has either neglected them, or failed in the attempt he has made to do them justice.
In his defence, he thinks it necessary to represent, that the Debates of Parliament, for the last fifty years,
ere found to produce so many beauties, that it would have been altogether impracticable, however desirous he might have been of doing it, to have selected them all, at least, without running into a very expenlive and voluminous work indeed. He was, therefore, under the painful neceflity of passing by a number of beauties deserving notice, and could only make choice of those that were the most striking; determin118, at the same time, to give as much variety, and to include as many speakers as possible.
nthstanding these difficulties in the way of ren
lat complete and general satisfaction he wished 4, he trusts the Work will, nevertheless, be found
iversal patronage and support. the Public in general it will furnish much useful entertaining matter, while the Politician, and · A3
dering that comple to afford, he trusts the
of view, all the Eloquence, the Wit, or Satire, &c. that
Those Beauties that would, from the nature of them,
the BEAUTIES of the British SENATE will prove
January 26, 1786.
IV Sir Wm. Wyndham 3 | Mr. De Grey
Watkin Williams Wynne, Lord North
Hon. Edward Coke
ARMY, Page 110. Mr. Pulteney . 179, 180
DEFENCE, Page 183.
120 Earl of Strafford Duke of Argyle 126, 139
Sir Rob.Walpole 183, 184, 187 Lord Hervey
Mr. Pulteney Mr. Shippen
Right Hon. Henry Pelham 192 Mr. Pulteney
194 Mr. Walter Plumer 138
General Burgoyne Sir John Barnard
197, 199 William Thornton, Efq; 140
Mr. Hamilton 200, 207
208 Right Hon. Tho. Townsend 142
209 BR I BERY, Page 144.
ELOQUENCE, Page 215. Bishop of Bangor
144 Earl of Chesterfield
Mr. William Pulteney
Lord Noel Somerset 217 CIVIL LIST, Page 151.
Mr. William Pitt
Earl of Chesterfield Mr. Shippen
Earl of Halifax
224 Lord Carteret
226 Duke of Newcastle
159 Earl of Sandwich Sir Robert Walpole
231 Mr. Wilkes
Sir Dudley Ryder
235 Mr. Dempster
166 Lord Percival
Right Hon. Mr. Pelham
254 Mr. Fox
256, 259, 261 Sir Paul Methuen . 168 | Mr. Erskine
292 Sir Robert Walpole
| Mr. H. Dundas 299, 303