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Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount, 1678-1751.
Works of Lord Bolingbroke.
Philadelphia : Carey and Hart, 1841
|Named Person:||Henry St-John Bolingbroke, Viscount|
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Henry St John Bolingbroke, Viscount
|Description:||4 volumes ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||I. The life of the author. A letter to Sir William Windham : written in the year 1717. Secret letter from the Earl of Stair. Reflections upon exile. The occasional writer, no. I-III. The first vision of Canilick. An answer to the London journal of ... Dec. 21, 1728. An answer to the Defense of the Inquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great Britain. Remarks on the history of England. A final answer to the Remarks on the Craftsman's vindication ... On luxury. Remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled. Observations on the conduct of Great Britain ... written in the year 1729. On good and bad ministers. On the policy of the Athenians. On the power of the prince and the freedom of the people ... continued: ... II. A dissertation upon parties. Letters on the study and use of history. A plan for a general history of Europe. On the true use of retirement and study. A letter on the spirit of patriotism. The idea of a patriot king. Of the state of parties at the accession of King George the First. Some reflections on the present state of the nation, principally with regard to her taxes and her debts, and on the causes and consequences of them. The substance of some letters, written originally in French, about the year 1720. to M. de Pouilly --
III. A letter occasioned by one of Archbishop Tillotson's sermons. Letters or essays addressed to Alexander Pope, esq. I-IV --
IV. Essay IV, continued. Fragments or minutes of essays. Index.
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