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Secret Correspondence Connected with Mr. Pitt's Return to Office in 1804; Chiefly Compiled From the Mss. at Melville Castle

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Published by Printed by Spottiswoodes and Shaw. 1852. London., 1852
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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Embossed cloth. Gilt decoration on front cover with gilt spine lettering. Not published. In 1804, with a large French army ready to invade, England needed a strong and well-directed Government, but such a Government did not exist. The Prime Minister , Mr. Addington was a man of integrity who showed himself useful and efficient in a second place. To compare him even for a moment to that great statesman who had preceded him in office, was a task too hard even for the flatterers of power. The letters in this book describe Mr. Pitt's possible return to office. Bookseller Inventory # 3243


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Title: Secret Correspondence Connected with Mr. ...

Publisher: Printed by Spottiswoodes and Shaw. 1852. London.

Publication Date: 1852

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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