APA Citation

Stanhope, C. S. (1800). The speech of Earl Stanhope in the House of Lords on Thursday the 20th of February, 1800, in support of his motion for peace with the French Republic: Wherein he shews the ruinous tendency of the war, drawn from authentic documents, published by George Rose, secretary of the Treasury, with a comparative view of the resources and taxes of Great Britain and France ; also, seven reasons for discontinuing the war as the best means of supplying the people with bread .. London: Printed for J. Smith by A. Seale.

Chicago Style Citation

Stanhope, Charles Stanhope. The Speech of Earl Stanhope in the House of Lords On Thursday the 20th of February, 1800, in Support of His Motion for Peace With the French Republic: Wherein He Shews the Ruinous Tendency of the War, Drawn From Authentic Documents, Published By George Rose, Secretary of the Treasury, With a Comparative View of the Resources and Taxes of Great Britain and France ; Also, Seven Reasons for Discontinuing the War As the Best Means of Supplying the People With Bread .. London: Printed for J. Smith by A. Seale, 1800.

MLA Citation

Stanhope, Charles Stanhope. The Speech of Earl Stanhope in the House of Lords On Thursday the 20th of February, 1800, in Support of His Motion for Peace With the French Republic: Wherein He Shews the Ruinous Tendency of the War, Drawn From Authentic Documents, Published By George Rose, Secretary of the Treasury, With a Comparative View of the Resources and Taxes of Great Britain and France ; Also, Seven Reasons for Discontinuing the War As the Best Means of Supplying the People With Bread .. London: Printed for J. Smith by A. Seale, 1800.

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