The speech of the Right Hon. John Wilkes, Esq

Lord Mayor of the City of London, in the House of Commons, on Wednesday, February, 8, 1775. Relative to a motion made by Lord North, on the American taxation bills. by Wilkes, John

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Other titlesProceedings. 1775-02-08.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.
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