Studies in eloquence : Edmund Burke [and] Mirabeau : typescript, undated.


Studies in eloquence : Edmund Burke [and] Mirabeau : typescript, undated.

Two essays concerning the oratory styles and achievements of Burke and Mirabeau; both include biographical sketches. The manuscript notes concern Mirabeau.

1 v. (132 leaves) ; 28 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7800270

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