Essays, moral and political, by Robert Southey, esq. Now first collected.
- Other records:
- London, J.Murray, 1832.
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1800-1837.
- v.1. On Sir Francis Burdett's motion for parliamentary reform; On the conduct of the war; On the cry of the Whigs for peace, 1810. Army and navy reforms, 1810. On the economical reformers, 1811. On the state of the poor; The principle of Mr. Malthus's essay on population; The manufacturing system, 1812. On the state of the poor, 1816. On the accunts of England by foreign travellers, and the state of public opinion, 1816. On the state of public opinion, and the political reformers, 1816.
v.2. A letter to William Smith, esq., M. P., 1817. On the rise and progress of popular disaffection. 1817. On the means of improving the people, 1818. Two letters concerning Lord Byron to the editor of the Courier, 1822, 1824. On emigration, 1828. On the Catholic question, 1809, 1812, 1828.
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