The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 06 (of 12)
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 06 (of 12)

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  • THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE
  • IN TWELVE VOLUMES VOLUME THE SIXTH
  • CONTENTS OF VOL. VI.
  • PREFACE TO THE SECOND POSTHUMOUS VOLUME,[1] IN A LETTER TO THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM ELLIOT
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • FOURTH LETTER ON THE PROPOSALS FOR PEACE WITH THE REGICIDE DIRECTORY OF FRANCE. ADDRESSED TO THE EARL FITZWILLIAM. 1795-7.
  • PRELIMINARY CORRESPONDENCE.
    • Letter from the Right Honorable the Lord Auckland to the Lord Bishop of Rochester.
    • Letter from Lord Auckland to the Right Honorable Edmund Burke.
    • Letter from the Right Honorable Edmund Burke to Lord Auckland.
  • LETTER IV. TO THE EARL FITZWILLIAM.
    • The manuscript copy of this Letter ends here.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • A LETTER TO THE EMPRESS OF RUSSIA. NOVEMBER 1, 1791.
  • A LETTER TO SIR CHARLES BINGHAM, BART., ON THE IRISH ABSENTEE TAX. OCTOBER 30, 1773.
  • NOTE.
  • LETTER.
  • A LETTER TO THE HON. CHARLES JAMES FOX, ON THE AMERICAN WAR. OCTOBER 8, 1777.
  • A LETTER TO THE MARQUIS OF ROCKINGHAM, WITH ADDRESSES TO THE KING, AND THE BRITISH COLONISTS IN NORTH AMERICA, IN RELATION TO THE MEASURES OF GOVERNMENT IN THE AMERICAN CONTEST, AND A PROPOSED SECESSION OF THE OPPOSITION FROM PARLIAMENT. JANUARY, 1777.
  • NOTE.
  • LETTER TO THE MARQUIS OF ROCKINGHAM.
  • ADDRESS TO THE KING.
  • ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH COLONISTS IN NORTH AMERICA.
  • A LETTER TO THE RIGHT HON. EDMUND S. PERY SPEAKER OF THE IRISH HOUSE OF COMMONS, IN RELATION TO A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF IRELAND. JULY 18, 1778.
  • NOTE.
  • LETTER.
  • TWO LETTERS TO THOMAS BURGH, ESQ., AND JOHN MERLOTT, ESQ., IN VINDICATION OF HIS PARLIAMENTARY CONDUCT RELATIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND. 1780.
  • LETTER TO THOMAS BURGH, ESQ.[14]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • LETTER TO JOHN MERLOTT, ESQ.[19]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • LETTERS AND REFLECTIONS ON THE EXECUTIONS OF THE RIOTERS IN 1780.
  • LETTERS.
    • To the Lord Chancellor.
    • To the Earl Bathurst, Lord President of the Council
    • To Sir Grey Cooper, Bart.[20]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • SOME THOUGHTS ON THE APPROACHING EXECUTIONS, HUMBLY OFFERED TO CONSIDERATION.
  • SOME ADDITIONAL REFLECTIONS ON THE EXECUTIONS.
    • CIRCUMSTANCES FOR MERCY.
  • A LETTER TO THE RIGHT HON. HENRY DUNDAS, ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES OF STATE. WITH THE SKETCH OF A NEGRO CODE. 1792.
  • SKETCH OF A NEGRO CODE.
  • A LETTER TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE MEETING, HELD AT AYLESBURY, APRIL 13, 1780, ON THE SUBJECT OF PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
  • NOTE.
  • LETTER
  • FRAGMENTS OF A TRACT RELATIVE TO THE LAWS AGAINST POPERY IN IRELAND.
  • NOTE.
  • TRACT ON THE POPERY LAWS
    • THE PLAN.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III. PART I.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III. PART II.
    • CHAPTER IV.
  • A LETTER TO WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ., ON THE SUBJECT OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION. JANUARY 29, 1795.
  • LETTER.[23]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • SECOND LETTER TO SIR HERCULES LANGRISHE ON THE CATHOLIC QUESTION. MAY 26, 1795.
  • A LETTER TO RICHARD BURKE, ESQ., ON PROTESTANT ASCENDENCY IN IRELAND. 1793.
  • A LETTER ON THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND. 1797.
    • END OF VOL. VI.
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