Memoirs of the life and conduct of William Pulteney, Esq; Representative in Parliament for the Borough of Heydon in Yorkshire. Containing, An Account of the several Employments of Honour and Profit which he has enjoy’d; his remarkable Speeches in Parliament; his Conduct, in particular when he was one of the Secret Committee; his Measures relating to Treaties and Conventions; his Method for a general Pacification; his Attachment to one Potentate, and Antipathy to another; with his Reasons to justify his Behaviour in those Points; his exposing and opposing the Schemes of the Ministry; his Acknowledgment of a Reconciliation between them upon certain Conditions; of the War he carried on against a certain Great Man; and lastly, of the Duel which
London: J. Dix, 1731. Quarto. 39, pp.