Select Works of Edmund Burke, vol. 3
The four letters in this volume (1795) were Burke’s last writings on the French Revolution. Even though the Terror had come to an end and a more moderate government known as the Directory had come to power Burke still thought that the destruction of the old regime by violence would lead to political chaos.
Select Works of Edmund Burke. A New Imprint of the Payne Edition. Foreword and Biographical Note by Francis Canavan (Indianapolis: :Liberty Fund, 1999). Vol. 3.
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Table of Contents
- Editor’s Foreword
- Editor’s Note
- Two Letters Addressed to A Member of the Present Parliament, on the Proposals for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France by the right honourable Edmund Burke
- On the Overtures of Peace
- On the Genius and Character of the French Revolution as it regards other Nations
- A Third Letter to A Member of the Present Parliament, on the Proposals for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France by the late right honourable Edmund Burke
- SECOND ADVERTISEMENT
- Edition: orig; Page: letter iii
- To the Earl Fitzwilliam
- Letter I
- Letter II
- Letter III
- Letter IV