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Letter on the Irish Absentee Tax, to Sir Charles
...Oct. 1773. IX Speech on American Taxation
.. April 1774. Speeches at Bristol
.Nov. 1774. III Speech on American Conciliation ....March 1775. In Letter to the Marquis of Rockingham, on the
proposed Secession from Parliament of
...Jan. 1777. IX Address to the King—Address to the British
Colonists in North America; both on the
.Oct. 1777. IX *Epitaph on Mr. Dowdeswell Two Letters to Gentlemen at Bristol, on Bills relative to the Trade of Ireland,
April and May 1778. Ju Letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Pery,
Speaker of the Irish House of Commons,
Catholics of Ireland .... ....July 1778. IX Letter to Thomas Burgh, Esq., in Vindication
of the Author's Parliamentary Conduct
relative to the Affairs of Ireland ....Jan. 1780. Speech on Economical Reform ........Feb. 1780. I
III Letter to John Merlott, Esq., on the Affairs of Ireland ...
.. April 1780. Ix Letter to the Chairman of the Buckinghamshire
Meeting for procuring Parliamentary Re-
April 1780. IX Sketch of a Code of Laws for the Regulation
of the Slave Trade, and the Government
of the Negroes in the West India Islands 1780. Letters and Reflections on the Execution of the Rioters.
..July 1780. IX Speeches at Bristol ....
..Sept. 1780. III
to what Vol. contained
Notes of a Speech on the Marriage Act. „June 1781. Letter to Lord Kenmare on the Penal Laws against the Roman Catholics of Ireland,
Feb. 1782. Notes of a Speech on a Motion for Reform in
the Representation of the Commons, May 1782. X Ninth Report from a Committee of the House
of Commons, on the Administration of
...June 1783. Eleventh Report from the same; both intended,
probably to pave the way for the India
1783. XI ** Letter to James Barry, Esq., Professor of
Painting, Royal Academy, on the Subject
Room of the Society of Arts ....August 1783.
demeanours against Warren Hastings, Esq.
April, 1786. XI & XII **Epitaph upon, or Character of, the Marquis of Rockingham ...
1787. Speeches on the opening of the Impeachment
of Mr. Hastings, February 15th, 16th,
.. 1788. XI11 Speeches on the Sixth Article of Charge, April
21st, 25th, May 5th, and 7th ......1789. xu & XIV **A variety of Letters and Papers (public) on the Regency Question
...1781, 1789. ** Letter to Mr. Pitt (as from His Royal High
ness the Prince of Wales), on the Subject
In sbat Vol.
#Letter to Mr. Montague, on the Subject of
the Impeachment of Mr. Hastings. .April 1789.
Letter to Thomas Mercer, Esq. on the Sub-
ject of the French Revolution......Feb. 1790:
Hints for a Memorial to M. Montmorin ..Feb. 1791. VII
Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart. M. P.
on the Subject of the Roman Catholics of
....Jan. 1792. Vi
the Destitute French Clergy .....Sept. 1792.
Letter to Richard Burke, Esq. (his son), on the
Subject of the Popery Laws of Ireland .. 1793. IX
Report from the Committee appointed to in-
spect the Lords' Journals relative to their
In what Vol.
rate Paper, of nearly 200 octavo pages,
was produced by Mr. Burke ..30th April 1794. XIV Letter to William Smith, Esq. M. P. (now one
of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer
.....May 1795. IX Letter to William Elliott, Esq. occasioned by
a Speech in the House of Lords by the
*** of *** (Duke of Norfolk) ....May 1795. VII Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Auckland, Oct. 1795. IX Thoughts and Details on Scarcity ......Nov. 1795. Vir Letter to a Noble Lord (Earl Fitzwilliam), on
the Attacks made upon him (Mr. Burke),
1796. viu Three Letters on a Regicide Peace...
1796. VIII Fourth Letter on the same Subject.
1797. IX Letter on the Affairs of Ireland
1797. IX Two more octavo volumes are to be filled by the concluding or summing-up Oration on the Impeachment, which Mr. Burke commenced on the 28th of May, 1794, and continued for nine days.