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Plain Reasons for Removing a certain Great Man from His M[ajest]y's presence and councils for ever. Addressed to the people of England. By a Haberdasher. Alexander CARLYLE.

Plain Reasons for Removing a certain Great Man from His M[ajest]y's presence and councils for ever. Addressed to the people of England. By a Haberdasher

London: printed for M. Cooper, 1759. Octavo. (8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches). 51, [1]pp. Uncut.

Stitched.

Scarce.

Carlyle charges the Prime Minister William Pitt, the Elder, with being too favourable towards France. The discontent amongst army officers in America and the various failed expeditions were all blamed on Pitt's perceived failure to support the military.

Sabin 42915; ESTC T93350.

Item #23900

Price: $150.00

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