An answer to the printed speech of Edmund Burke, esq.; spoken in the House of commons, April 19, 1774. In which his knowledge in polity, legislature, humankind, history, commerce and finance, is candidly examined; his arguments are fairly refuted; the conduct of administration is fully defended; and his oratoric talents are clearly exposed to view. Addressed to the people ...

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