The Principal Works Of The Right Hon. Edmund Burke (1729-1797)

56A Vindication of Natural Society: or, a View of the Miseries and Evils arising to mankind from every Species of Artificial Society; A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful; with an Introductory Discourse concerning Taste
69Observations on a late Publication, intitled The Present State of the Nation
70Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents
71Speech on the Middlesex Election —Speech on the Power of Juries
72Speech on the Acts of Uniformity
73Speech on the Belief of Dissenters—Speech on the Duration of Parliaments —Letter to Sir C. Bingham
74Speech on American Taxation —Speeches at his Arrival at Bristol and at the Conclusion of the Poll
75Speech on Moving the Resolutions for Conciliation with the Colonies, March 22
77 Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol, on the Affairs of America
Address to the King —Address to the British Colonists in North America — Letter to Hon. C. J. Fox
78Two letters to Gentlemen in the City of Bristol, on the Trade of Ireland
80 Letter to Thomas Burgh—Speech on a Plan for the better security of the Independence of Parliament, and the Economical Reformation of the Civil and other Establishments — Speech at Bristol previous to the Election — Speech at Bristol declining the Poll
82Speech on Reform of Representation —Letter to a Peer of Ireland on Irish Catholics
83Speech on Fox's India Bill
84A Representation to His Majesty
85Speech on Motion as to the Nabob of Arcot's Debts
86-94Proceedings against Warren Hastings
90Speech on Army Estimates—Reflections on the Revolution in France
91A Letter to a Member of the National AssemblyAn Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs — Thoughts on French Affairs
92A Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe — Heads for the Consideration of the Present State of Affairs
93Letter to Richard Burke —Observations on the Conduct of the Minority —Remarks on the Policy of the Allies
94Preface to M. Brissot's Address to his Constituents
95Letter to William Smith —Letter to William Elliot —Thoughts and Details on Scarcity.
96A Letter to a Noble Lord
96-97Letters on the Proposals for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France; including reference to Thomas Paine