Great Britain -- Politics and government -- History. : An appeal to the moral feelings of Samuel Thornton, Rowland Burdon, Hawkins Brown : esqrs. and to every member of the House of Commons who conscientiously supports the present administration. In a letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. .
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Sermons. : Equality : a sermon. To which is added, a sermon, preached on Friday, February 28, 1794, the day appointed for a general fast. By the Rev. James Hurdis, B. D. Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford.
Great Britain -- Politics and government : Thoughts on the commencement of a new parliament. : With an appendix, containing remarks on the letter of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, on the revolution in France. By Joseph Towers, L.L.D.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Early works to 1800. : The French Constitution : with remarks on some of its principal articles : in which their importance in a political, moral and religious point of view is illustrated : and the necessity of a reformation in church and state in Great Britain, enforced / by Benjamin Flower.
Great Britain -- Politics and government : Few people good judges in politics. : An address to the people of England, on inequality, the main source of their happiness. With notes by the author. By William Cronhelm, Late Lieutenant of His Majesty's 11th Hanoverian Regiment of Foot.
Great Britain -- Politics and government : A collection of papers : consisting of the prose addresses, &c. all the favourite songs, and satirical poems, Published during the Contest for the Election of a Member to serve in Parliament for the City of Durham, In March, 1800.