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100 1  Fox,|cMr 
245 12 A speech at the Whig club; or, a great statesman's own 
       exposition of his political principles. ... An answer to 
       two letters signed "Hon. St. Andrew St. John, and Rob. 
       Adair," published in the Morning Chronicle of Monday, Dec.
       10, 1792. A consoling epistle to Mr. F----, on his late 
       accident. An admonitory epistle to the Honourable Thomas 
       Erskine, ... A postscript to the admonitory epistle. The 
       bishop's wig, a tale. All published originally in The Sun
       |h[electronic resource] 
260    [London] :|bSold by Southern; St. James-Street; and at 
       No.112, Strand, opposite Exeter 'Change,|c[1793?] 
300    [2],43,[1]p. ;|c4⁰ 
500    Drop-head title: 'Mr. Fox's speech to the Whig or, his own
       exposition of his political principles. Sold by Mr. 
500    With a half-title 
500    Verse 
500    Reproduction of original from the British Library 
510 4  English Short Title Catalog,|cESTCT74057 
533    |7s2003    miunns|aElectronic reproduction.|bFarmington 
       Hills, Mich. :|cThomson Gale,|d2003.|nAvailable via the 
       World Wide Web.|nAccess limited by licensing agreements 
590    ECCO 
700 1  Fox, Charles James,|d1749-1806 
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