The Beauties of the British Senate: Taken from the Debates of the Lords and Commons, from the Beginning of the Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, to the End of the Second Session of the Administration of the Right Hon. William Pitt : Being an Impartial Selection Of, Or Faithful Extracts From, the Most Eminent Speeches ... , with the Names of the Members, to Whom They are Ascribed, Annexed Thereto : to which is Prefixed, the Life of Sir Robert Walpole, Volume 1
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