Select and authentick pieces written by the late Duke of Wharton. Viz. I. His speech on the passing the Bill to inflict pains and penalties on Francis Lord Bishop of Rochester II. His Single Protest on that Occasion; with the previous Protest of the other Lords. III. His Letter to the Bishop in the Tower. IV. His Letter in Mist's Journal, Aug. 24. 1728. V. His Reasons for leaving his Native Country, and espousing the Cause of his Royal Master King James III. VI. A letter from Wolfe the printer to Sir R. W.