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counter-address to the public, on the late dismission of a general officer.

Horace Walpole

counter-address to the public, on the late dismission of a general officer.

by Horace Walpole

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Published by J. Almon in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conway, Henry Seymour, -- 1721-1795,
  • Guthrie, William, -- 1708-1770

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBull, Richard, (bookplate)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47, [1] p. ([1] p. at end advertisement)
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21299471M

    The Memoirs of the Reign of King George the Third, by Horace Walpole (Earl of Orford), now for the first time submitted to the Public, are printed from a manuscript copy contained in the box of papers which came into the possession of the late Earl of Waldegrave, under the circumstances stated in the Preface to “The Memoires of the Last Twelve Years of the Reign of George the Second.”. The dreadful mismanagement of the finances in the late King's reign, and the character of the late Controller General, M. d'Olugny, had reduced it so low, that it was impossible to borrow anything considerable on perpetual funds. Perhaps a Minister of Finance, in whose probity the world have a confidence, may restore their credit.

    The late confusions had occasioned such an interruption of receipts and customs, that the parliament though now assembled, found themselves totally destitute of money for all necessary expences; a supply therefore became the immediate object of consideration, and the city of London appeared the readiest resource to relieve the public necessities. () They were called "An Address to the Public on the late dismission of a General Officer," and "A Counter Address." The latter was written by Mr. Walpole himself.-C. () Dr. Shebbeare had been convicted of a libel, and, I believe, punished in the pillory-C. [By the indulgence of the under-sheriff of Midllesex, the Doctor was allowed to.

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The pamphlet in question, A counter address to the public on the late dismission of a general officer [i.e. the Hon. Henry S. Conway] was published anonymously in by J. Almon, London, and was written by Horace Walpole.

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[ Book: ] At University of Sydney. William Guthrie, A Reply to the Counter Address being a Vindication of a Pamphlet Entitled Address to the Public on the Late Dismission of a General Officer (London: W. Nicholl, ). Further references are cited in parentheses.

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Inon the dismission of general (afterward marshal) Conway from the army for a vote given in parliament, he defended his friend's conduct in a pamphlet, entitled "A Counter Address to the Public, on the late dismission of a general officer," 8vo. Conway, Henry Seymour (DNB00) The case for the government appears to have been stated in an ‘Address to the Public on the Dismission of a General Officer’ in the ‘Gazetteer’ of 9 May.

This was answered, though without much ability, by H. Walpole in ‘A Counter-Address,’ &c., published 12 Aug., which called forth a singularly poor. CHAPTER I. Appearance of “An Address to the Public on a late Dismission.”—Walpole’s Answer to that Pamphlet.—Dr. Lloyd, Dean of Norwich.—Charles Townshend’s “Defence of the Minority in the House of Commons on the Question relative to General Warrants.”—Death of the Earl of Bath.—The Chevalier d’Eon.—The Count d’Estaign.—Death of Mr.

Legge.—Of the Duke of. Losing your heart — or your nose. From magazine justified the dismissal in his Address on the late Dismission of a General Officer. Walpole rushed to Conway’s defence in a Counter-Address.An apology for the life and actions of General Wolfe [electronic resource]: against the misrepresentations in a pamphlet, called, A counter address to the public, with some other remarks on that performance.

(London: [s.n.], ), by Israel Mauduit and Horace Walpole (page images at HathiTrust).