Fox and Pitt's speeches in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, June 8, 1784. These speeches (which are an abridgement of all the arguments of both parties, upon (the business of the Westminster scrutiny, and contain the accusation of government by the former, and the defence of it by the latter leader ) are preceded by a brief impartial detail of the progress and proceedings in this affair, from the close of the poll to the determination of the House of Commons, comprehending in the whole a body of information, which will enable the plainest understanding to form a decisive opinion upon a question of the very first moment to every citizen of this country.
- Fox, Charles James, 1749-1806.
- M.DCC.LXXXIV. 
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