The debates in both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 13th, Friday the 14th, and Saturday, the 15th December, 1792, on the King's speech. [electronic resource] : Containing a copious and impartial account of the present state of Great Britain, and its relative interests respecting foreign powers, as delineated in the speaches of the most distinguished members of each House, in which are fully discussed the probable consequences of a war with France, the disturbances in Scotland and Ireland, and the alledged insurrection in this Kingdom. To which is added an accurate list of the members who divided with Mr. Fox.
- London : Printed for J. Bew, No. 28, Paternoster Row, 1792.
- Government document
iv,140p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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