The Works of Edmund Burke on Internet in 2011


Letters, Speeches and Tracts on Irish Affairs (London: Macmillan 1881 & Co.) is available at Internet Archive [online].

The Works of Edmund Burke, 9 vols. (1981- ) at Questia

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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, in 12 volumes (London: John Nimmo, 14 King William Street, Strand, W.C., MDCCCLXXXVII [1887]) - on internet at Gutenberg Project website - searching for “Edmund Burke” > results online; accessed 01.02.2011].
Works of [...] Edmund Burke, 12 vols. (1887 Edn.)
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TOC per vol.
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Vol I A Philosophical Inquiry ... Ideas of the Sublime
Vol. II Resolutions for Conciliation with America
Vol III Reflections on the French Revolution
Vol IV Letter to a Peer of Ireland on the Penal Laws
Vol. V Three Letters [on] the Regicide Directory
Vol VI Second Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe
Vol. VII Essay [on] Abridgement of English History

Crimes & Misdemeanours of Warren Hastings [1]

Vol. IX Crimes & Misdemeanours of Warren Hastings [2]
Vol. X Speeches in the Impeachment of Hastings
Vol. XI Speeches in the Impeachment of Hastings
Vol. XII Speeches in the Impeachment of Hastings
*See full contents of the 12 vol. series [attached].
Instructions: The contents of each volume have been copied to separate index pages, with links to each item on the Gutenberg website. In order to view it, click index, above, and then click the link supplied on the pop-up window. Otherwise, go to the full-text version of each volume and proceed using the contents links provided by Gutenberg. The digital text was produced by Paul Murray, Susan Skinner with images supplied by the Bibliothèque Nationale (Paris).

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F. W. Rafferty, sel. & ed., “The Maxims And Reflections of Burke” - online [accessed at Our Civilisation website, 06.03.2011], incls. the following texts, taken from the classical library of Philip Atkinson [accessed 06.03.2011]—

Works given in full on this website
Letter to a Noble Lord
Letter to a member of the National
    Assembly of France
Maxims and Reflections Of Burke
Reflections on the Revolution in France
Selected Prose of Edmund Burke,
    ed. Philip Magnus (1948)
Thoughts on French Affairs
Topics taken from the Reflections
Man’s Obligation to the State
The Nature of Society
Thomas Paine
Contents of Philip Magnus, ed., Selected Prose of Edmund Burke (1948)
Introduction On the Nabob of Arcot’s Debts (Speech)
Character” of his Future Bride On the Impeachment of Warren Hastings (Speech)
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents Reflections on the Revolution In France
American Taxation (Speech) Letter to Philip Francis, Esq.,
To the Electors of Bristol (Speech) Letter from the New to the Old Whigs, 1791
On Conciliation with America (Speech) On The Roman Catholics of Ireland (Letter)
Letter to the Hon. Charles James Fox Replying to the Evidence called for Warren Hastings
On the Plan for Economical Reform, (Speech) 1780 On Catholic Emancipation, Letter to William Smith, Esq.
Speech at Bristol Previous to the Election, 1780 Innovation is not Reform, Letter to William Elliot, Esq.
Declining The Poll, Speech At Bristol From “A Letter to a Noble Lord”
On Mr. Fox’s East India Bill (Speech) First Letter on a Regicide Peace
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Miscellaneous Writings, ed. E. J. Payne (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, Inc. 1990)*
[ Available at Library of Economics and Libertyonline. ]
Editor’s Foreword, by Francis Canavan
Editor’s Note, by Francis Canavan
Short Titles
Speech to the Electors of Bristol
Speech on the Reform of the Representation of the Commons in Parliament
Two Letters to Gentlemen in Bristol on the Trade of Ireland
Thoughts and Details on Scarcity
Speech on Fox’s East India Bill
A Letter to Sir Hercules Langrishe on the Catholics of Ireland
A Sketch of the Negro Code
Select Bibliography on Edmund Burke
Footnotes (Vol. 4, editorial notesóCanavan)
*Vols. 1-3 originally published Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1874-1878.
Also incl. ...
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents and the Two Speeches
             on America
, ed. Francis Canavan
(Indianapolis Liberty Inc. 1990).
Letters on a Regicide Peace, ed. Francis Canavan (Indianapolis Liberty Inc. 1990). online

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