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1742An impartial review of the opposition, and the conduct of the late minister since his succession-
1740Judgment signed in the cause between the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, and Mr. Whatley, both loyal subjects of the same most gracious sovereign, and co-members of the same, free, civil, Christian communityWhatley, Robert, d. 1767.
1742A key to the business of the present s----n: viz. I. His H----'s speech to his life-guard of Switzers, at their general rendezvous in D----g- S----t. II. Certain important hints deliver'd to an assembly of independents, at the Fountain-Tavern, in the Strand-
1742The late minister unmask'd: or, An answer to a late pamphlet, entitled, The conduct of the late administration, with regard to foreign affairs, from 1722 to 1742. Wherein that of the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford, late Sir Robert Walpole, is particularly vindicated. In a letter to the reverend author-
1736A letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country upon the motion to address His Majesty to settle 100,000 l. per annum on His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, etc. ...Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764.
1731A letter to Cleomenes King of Sparta, from Eustace Budgell, Esq : being an answer, paragraph by paragraph to his Spartan Majesty's royal epistle published some time since in the Daily courant. With some account of the manners and government of the antient Greeks and Romans, and political reflections thereonBudgell, Eustace, 1686-1737.
1731A letter to His Excellency Mr. Ulrick D'Ypres, chief minister to the King of Sparta : in answer to His Excellency's two epistles lately published in the Daily courant ...Budgell, Eustace, 1686-1737.
1742A letter to the Secret Committee. Containing, certain extraordinary practices of the late M----r, intended to have been laid before them in a private manner, and now submitted to their publick consideration-
1712Mr. Walpole's case : in a letter from a Tory member of Parliament to his friend in the country-
1739Mr. Walpole's cases, in a letter from a Tory member of Parliament, to his friend in the country-
1768Reflections on the case of Mr. Wilkes, and on the right of the people to elect their own representatives. To which is added, The case of Mr. Walpole-
1736Remarks upon the present crisis : humbly address'd to the knights, citizens and burgesses to serve in the present Parliament-
1741A review of the late motion for an address to his Majesty against a certain great minister, and the reasons for it; with some remarks upon the minister's speech, in defence of himself. To which is added a short address to the electors of Great Britain, at this critical conjuncture.Member of Parliament.
1733Serious reflections on the present condition of Great Britain. In an address to the electors of members to represent them in the next Parliament. From some of their friends in the cities of London and Westminster-
1730A short view of the state of affairs : with relation to Great Britain for four years past, with some remarks on the treaty lately published and a pamphlet intitled Observations upon itBath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764.
1727A speech against Sir R-- W--'s proposal for increasing the civil list revenue : as it was spoken in the House of Commons, July 3, 1727Shippen, William 1673-1743.
1742The thoughts of a private gentleman on the late indemnifying bill. In a letter to his friend in the country-
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