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Context of A complete and accurate account of the very important debate in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, July 9, 1782. : In which the cause of Mr. Fox's resignation, and the great question of American independence came under consideration: including the several speeches and replies of The Right Hon. Mr. Fox, The Right Hon. Isaac Barré, Lord John Cavendish, General Conway, Mr. Burke, Mr. William Wake, Mr. Coke, Mr. Frederick Montague, The Hon. Mr. Townsend, Mr. Martin, Lord Althorpe, Mr. Grenville, Mr. Aubrey, The Hon. William Pitt, Mr. Lee, late solicitor-general, Mr. Gascoyne, sen. Commodore Johnstone, and Sir Edward Deering. To which are added, the speeches of the Duke of Richmond and of Lord Shelburne, in the House of Lords, the following day, on the same subject: with what was thrown out in reply by Mr. Burke, Lord John Cavendish, and Mr. Fox, afterwards, in the House of Commons, (electronic resource)
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