2 edition of Select Parliamentary speeches of R. B. Sheridan. found in the catalog.
Select Parliamentary speeches of R. B. Sheridan.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
by Baudry, at the English, Italian, Spanish, German and Portuguese Library, Bobée and Hingray in Paris
Written in English
|Other titles||Sheridan"s select speeches, Sheridan"s select Parliamentary speeches|
|Series||The British classics|
|Contributions||Baudry, L., Fournier, Henri, 1800-1888 (printer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 285,  p. (the last page blank) ;|
|Number of Pages||285|
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SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (), of no fixed address. 'Don't believe a word of what the newspapers say of Sheridan's speech—it was a complete failure—he is quite done and has nothing left but his mischief'; while Ryder informed the Duke of Richmond that 'the best of his speech the other night was turning Lord Grenville's.
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Richard Brinsley Sheridan was born in Dublin on 30th October Sheridan's parents moved to London and in he was sent to Harrow six years at Harrow he went to live with his father in Bath who had found employment there as an elocution teacher.
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InSheridan entered Parliament as the ally of Charles James Fox on the side of the American Colonials in the political debate of that year.
He is said to have paid the burgesses of Stafford five guineas apiece to allow him to represent them. As a consequence, his first speech in Parliament was a defence against the charge of cal party: Whig. The speech of R. Sheridan: on Wednesday, the 7th of February,in bringing forward the fourth charge against Warren Hastings, Esq.
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on the public and private proceedings during the late election for Westminster: including the state of domestic politics at the commencement of the new Parliament: with a view of the Letter to the Earl of Moria, on certain accusations against His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
Alternative Title: Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, in full Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan, (baptized November 4,Dublin, Ireland—died July 7,London, England), Irish-born playwright, impresario, orator, and Whig politician.
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