Faction display'd: or, a short history of the second Parliament of Great Britain called in the year 1710, upon the change of the ministry; containing, Among many other Curious Articles, I. Some Observations on the present State of Affairs at Home; with the Motives that prevail'd on the Queen to change her Ministry. II. Mr. Walpole's Speech at the Bar of the House of Lords, upon Dr. Sacheverel's Trial. III. A Piece intitled, Fair Warning IV. Dr. Sacheverel's Cavalcade-Way of Travelling. V The Parliament's Proceedings against the following Illustrious Persons; viz the Duke of Marlborough, the Earl of Godolphin, the Ld. Viscount Townshend, the Earl of Galway; the Bishop of St Asaph, Robert Walpole, Esq; and the then late Ministry in general; which gain'd them the Title of, The Censuring Parliament. VI. Mr. Hampden's Speech (never before publish'd) in the House of Commons, `march 6, 1712, on Mr Walpole's being deny'd his Seat in Parliament upon his Re-Election. Vii. An Account of the Steps taken in order to destroy the Liberty of the Press, and introduce the Pretender. Viii. The Fate of the French Bill of Commerce. IX Of the Duke of Marlborough's Disgrace. X. Verses addressed to the Earl of Galway, and the Dukes of Marlborough and Ormond, on different Occasions. XI. The French Ambassador's Compliment to the Queen, upon the Conclusion of the Peace at Utrecht, and the famous British Embassadress's Speech to the French King

Publication Date1739
Remaindernull
Extent[2],71,[1]p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for S. Bly, at the Seven Stars, in Russel-Court, Drury-Lane

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