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HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
ACCESSION OF GEORGE III.,
THE ACCESSION OF QUEEN VICTORIA,
BY THE REv. T. S. HUGHES, B.D.,
CANON OF PETERBOROUGH.
BEING THE COMPLETION OF THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE INVASION
OF JULIUS CÆSAR, TO THE PRESENT REIGN.
WITH THE AUTHOR'S CORRECTIONS, IMPROVEMENTS, AND ENLARGEMENT.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
A PRELIMINARY ESSAY.
IN SEVEN VOLUMES.
Progress of the French revolution—Invasion of the allies-Depo-
sition of Louis XVI.-National convention-French victories,
&c.—Meeting of the British parliament-Debates on the address
- Opposite opinions of Fox and Burke regarding the French
revolution and the measures to be taken-Conduct of ministers
- Manner in which it was noticed in parliament-Notice of the
Birmingham rioters by Fox and Whitbread-Mr. Pitt's financial
statement-Debates and explanations-Act to increase the sink-
ing fund in case of loans ; violently opposed in the lords by the
chancellor-Debates on the Russian armament-Mr. Fox's rash
conduct, and Mr. Pitt's forbearance-Act to relieve the Scotch