A refutation of Mr. Pitt's alarming assertion, made on the last day of the last session of Parliament, "That unless the monarchy of France be restored, the monarchy of England will be lost for ever." : In a letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Skinner, lord mayor of the city of London. Contents: Brissot's reasons for recommending to France a war with England, as stated by him in presence of the writer, at a dinner party in Paris, 1792. Allied powers outwitting one another. Empress of Russia's secret policy respecting Poland, explained. Manners and conduct of the French soldiery, when not on duty, described. Allied powers, their present unhappy situations stated. A war against French atheism, considered as preposterous. British fisheries and agriculture, strongly recommended. The monarchy of England considered as perfectly secure, notwithstanding the French have established their republic. Peace recommended, at this time, as a measure on which the future prosperity of this country depends. (eBook, 1794) [WorldCat.org]
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A refutation of Mr. Pitt's alarming assertion, made on the last day of the last session of Parliament, "That unless the monarchy of France be restored, the monarchy of England will be lost for ever." : In a letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Skinner, lord mayor of the city of London. Contents: Brissot's reasons for recommending to France a war with England, as stated by him in presence of the writer, at a dinner party in Paris, 1792. Allied powers outwitting one another. Empress of Russia's secret policy respecting Poland, explained. Manners and conduct of the French soldiery, when not on duty, described. Allied powers, their present unhappy situations stated. A war against French atheism, considered as preposterous. British fisheries and agriculture, strongly recommended. The monarchy of England considered as perfectly secure, notwithstanding the French have established their republic. Peace recommended, at this time, as a measure on which the future prosperity of this country depends.

Author: Observer
Publisher: London : Printed for, and under the direction of, John Bell, British Library, Strand, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, MDCCXCIV. [1794]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Observer
OCLC Number: 508663766
Notes: Signed at end: The observer.
With a half-title.
Price in square brackets: (Price Half-a-Crown.).
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Description: 1 online resource ([4], 76 pages).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.
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