The Works of Edmund Burke, 12 vols. (London: Nimmo 1887)

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Vol. I

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Vol. II

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Vol. III

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Vol. IV

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Vol. V

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Vol. VI

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Vol. VII

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Vol. VIII

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Vol. IX

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Vol. X

Vol. XI

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Vol. XII

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