Table of contents for English political writings, 1711--1714 : the conduct of the allies and other works / Jonathan Swift ; edited by Bertrand A. Goldgar and Ian Gadd.

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Introduction; The Conduct of the Allies; Some Advice Humbly Offer'd to the Members of the October Club; Some Remarks on the Barrier Treaty; The New Way of Selling Places at Court; Some Reasons to Prove, That No Person is Obliged by His Principles, as a Whig, To Oppose Her Majesty or Her Present; It's Out at Last: Or, French Correspondence Clear as the Sun; A Dialogue upon Dunkirk, between a Whig and a Tory; A Hue and Cry after Dismal; A Letter from the Pretender, to a Whig-Lord; Refutation of Falsehoods against Lewis or The Examiner (2 February 1713); Vote of Thanks by the House of Lords (9 April 1713); The Humble Address of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament Assembled, Presented to Her Majesty On Saturday the Eleventh Day of April, 1713; The Importance of the Guardian Considered; The Publick Spirit of the Whigs; A Discourse concerning the Fears from the Pretender; Some Free Thoughts upon the Present State of Affairs; Some Considerations upon the Consequences hoped and feared from the Death of the Queen; Contributions to The Post Boy and The Evening Post; Appendices; Transcripts of the British Library manuscripts of the Vote of Thanks and Humble Address; Textual appendices; General textual introduction; Textual notes on individual works; Bibliography; Index.

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