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vindication of the convention lately concluded between Great Britain andRussia

Charles Jenkinson Earl of Liverpool

vindication of the convention lately concluded between Great Britain andRussia

in six letters, addressed to ---- ----.

by Charles Jenkinson Earl of Liverpool

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Published by Printed for J. Wright in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.,
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination(2), 124 p. ;
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20921382M

    A letter from Earl Stanhope, dated yesterday, inclosing extracts of Mr. Wich's letters of the 7th and 10th instant N.S. with the copy of a convention for the herring trade, &c., with Hamburgh, signed there the 8th of this month N.S. by the said Mr. Wich, His Majesty's Minister there, and the deputies of the Senate of that citty, was read. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: A vindication of the cause of Great Britain with strictures on the insolent and perfidious conduct of France, since the signature of the Preliminaries of Peace: to which is added a postscript on the situation of the continent, and the projected invasion of .

    With that paper the aforesaid Ministers have submitted the text of a Convention which was concluded at London, on the 31st October last, between the Sovereigns beforenamed, with the view of. The very existence of the Congress, not to mention its proceedings, ignites another war of words in the colonies. Among those providing commentary is Alexander Hamilton, who takes up his pen to defend the Congress against loyalist attacks, particularly those of Samuel Seabury.

    The constitution, laws and government of England: vindicated in a letter to the Reverend Mr. William Higden, on account of his view of the English Constitution with respect tot he Sovereign Authority of the Pinrce, &c. In vindication of the lawfulness of taking teh otaths, &c. by Leslie, Charles, ; Higden, William, d. For Yale historian Pelikan, the vindication of tradition is the vindication of a life's work, since he is the author of the monumental study, The Christian Tradition (four volumes so far). Delivered as the Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, this focuses, naturally enough, on the recovery and transmission of religious tradition, understood here not solely as a written tradition but as a body.


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