London: Printed for J. Debrett, 1796. xii, 100 pp. Disbound, light occasional foxing. Else Very Good.
ESTC records seven 1796 printings-- five by Debrett in London, and two from Dublin-- of this assault on Edmund Burke, who is well-known for "his coarse and unprovoked abuse of individuals." The author examines Burke's "manifold transgressions," including his "grossest turpitude" in seeking "to reinstate the Mother Church, in all that pomp and ominpotence which more enlightened times have happily wrested from her iniquitous pride and usurpation."
ESTC T2776. Item #36121