Selected Discourses and Speeches
A collection of Andrew Fletcher’s political writings which include his discourse on militias, two further dicourses, speeches, and a conversation about the right regulation of governments.
Selected Discourses and Speeches: A Discourse of Government with Relation to Militias (Edinburgh, 1698); Two Discourses concerning the Affairs of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1698); Speeches by a Member of the Parlaiment (Edinburgh, 1703); A Conversation concerning a Right Regulation of Government (Edinburgh, 1704).
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Table of Contents
- The Association for Scottish Literary Studies number nine
- THE ASSOCIATION FOR SCOTTISH LITERARY STUDIES annual volumes published by scottish academic press
- a DISCOURSE of GOVERNMENT with relation to MILITIA’S
- A DISCOURSE OF GOVERNMENT with relation to MILITIAS
- two DISCOURSES concerning the AFFAIRS of SCOTLAND; Written in the Year 1698.
- the first DISCOURSE
- the second DISCOURSE concerning the AFFAIRS OF SCOTLAND; written in the year 1698
- SPEECHES by a Member of the Parliament which Began at Edinburgh the 6th of May, 1703
- First Draught
- Second Draught
- An ACCOUNT of A CONVERSATION concerning A RIGHT REGULATION of GOVERNMENTS For the common Good of Mankind in A LETTER to the Marquiss of Montrose, the Earls of Rothes, Roxburg and Haddington, From London the first of December, 1703.
- an account of a CONVERSATION &c