Letter II. Thomas, I was forced to end my last letter abruptly. You see I write from the heart more than from the head, without any labour, study, or order, just as my thoughts or subjects rise. I shall now endeavour to give my tenants a short and plain account of the state of political parties during the last and present century. ... [electronic resource].
Attributed to Robert Carter Thelwall., Dated at end: 12th June, 1784., The addressee may be Thomas Sherlock (MS note on British Library copy)., Title from drop-head title and opening lines of text., Reproduction of original from British Library., and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
English Short Title Catalog, T223446.
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