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1828The cabinets compared, or, An enquiry into the late and present administration : sketches of the leading characters in both : remarks on the decline and fall of Whiggism, and on the Catholic Association, and its supporters in and out of Parliament : the Catholic question impartially reviewed : with other topics of equal national importance : dedicated to a distinguished member of the administration-
1791A letter on the nature and tendency of the Whig Club and of Irish partyGrattan, Henry, 1746-1820.
1791A letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, in reply to his Appeal from the new to the old WhigsRous, George, 1744?-1802.
1702The old and modern Whig truly represented : being a second part of his picture and a real vindication of His Excellency the Earl of Rochester, His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Ireland : and of several other true patriots of our Establih'd Church, English liberty, and ancient monarchy : from the gross forgeries, and foul calumnies, falsely and maliciously cast upon them in their late libelsDavenant, Charles, 1656-1714.
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