1801.028: Political Essays on the War of the French Revolution.
Full Title: Political essays, relative to the war of the French Revolution; viz. an argument, against continuing the war, for the subversion of the republican government of France: a letter to the Duke of Portland, being an answer to the two letters of the late Right Honorable Edmund Burke, against treating for peace with the French Republic: and, a memorial, proposing a plan, for the conquest and emancipation of Spanish America, by means which would promote the tranquillity [sic] of Ireland.
Author: Workman, James (d. 1832).
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Cotton & Stewart
Description: 174 pgs.; 18 cm.
Page 2 of this title states: "Of the following tracts, the first edition of the argument against continuing the war, was published in London, on the 25th of May, 1795; and the first edition of the letter to the Duke of Portland, came out in that city, in the month of January, 1797. Alexandria, November 14, 1801. Copy-right secured according to law."
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