Observations relating to British and Spanish proceedings, &c : Wherein due notice is taken of a memorable dialogue between Harry and Will. on the expediency of a continental war: and Proper Inquiry is made after the Motives for taking since that Dialogue was written, some such Measures as Will. therein says, have been the Overthrow of all our Councils. The Whole being intended to shew by what Actings and Doings the Affairs of Great Britain, from being in a State of solid Prosperity, have been brought into such wretched Plight, that the French would not make Peace upon Condition of our restoring to them, the best Fruits of those many glorious Victories which have cost the Lives of Fifty Thousand brave Britons and Fifty Millions of British Treasure. - To which is added, A Proposal for replacing the new Taxes on Malt and Beer. Most humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Parliament and People of Great Britain, By J. Massie

Main Author: Massie, Joseph
Format: eBook
Published: London sold by T. Payne, in Castle-Street, Charing-Cross; W. Owen, at Temple Bar; and at the pamphlet shops, at the Royal Exchange 1762, MDCCLXII. [1762]
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T99535. - Includes the text of the dialogue from 'The Monitor' no. 158. - Price from imprint: price Six-Pence. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The three booksellers are bracketted together in the imprint
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