The political writings of Sir Richard Steele.
- Standardized Title:
- Prose works. Selections
- London : Printed for J. T. and sold by Owen Lloyd ... and J. Brown ..., 1715.
, 308 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1702-1714
Great Britain. -- History -- Anne, 1702-1714 -- Sources.
- The Englishman's thanks to the Duke of Marlborough, written in the year 1711
A letter to Sir Miles Wharton, concerning occasional peers, written in the year 1713
The Guardian of August the 7th, 1713
The importance of Dunkirk consider'd, in defence of the Guardian of August the 7th, 1713, in a letter to the bailiff of Stockbridge
The French faith represented in the present state of Dunkirk, a letter to the Examiner, in defence of Mr. S
The crisis, or, A discourse representing from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution
A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism
Mr. Steele's apology for himself and his writings.
- Each part has special t.p., except The Guardian of August the 7th, 1713 (caption title only).
"1st collected ed."--Morgan R546.
- Penn Provenance:
- Penington, Edward
- Penn Chronology:
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