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1. [James Gillray], The Political-Banditti Assailing the Saviour of India (11 May 1786: BMC 6955). Engraving. 28.9 X 41.3 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

2. [John Boyne], Cicero against Verres (7 Feb. 1787: BMC 7138). Engraving. 27.3 X 24.8 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

3. J. Breun, Gerrard or Macclesfield House (13 May 1836, from a sketch taken 12 May 1826). Watercolour. 28.7 X 17.3 cm. City of Westminster City Archives Centre

4. John Crowther, Interior View of the Staircase at Macclesfield House (1884). Watercolour. 28 X 22.9 cm. Guildhall Library, Corporation of London

5. R. G. Pollard, after E. Dayes, The Trial of Warren Hastings Esqr. before the Court of Peers in Westminster Hall (London, 1789). Aquatint. 45.8 X 66.9 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

6. Detail from Explanatory References to the Print of the Trial of Warren Hastings (London, 1789), reproduced in Diary & Letters of Madame D’Arblay, ed. Charlotte Barrett and Austin Dobson (London, 1904–5). Queen’s University Library

7. James Nixon, The Trial of Warren Hastings (1788): a gallery scene. Watercolour. Private collection (Bridgeman Art Library)

8. James Nixon, The Trial of Warren Hastings (1788): the Speaker and other MPs. Watercolour. Private collection (Bridgeman Art Library)

9. (a) [James Sayers], For the Trial of Warren Ha[stings] (Feb. 1788: BMC 7276). 17.7 X 12.6 cm. (b) [James Gillray], Impeachment Ticket. For the Trial of W— rr—n H—st—ngs Esqr (Feb. 1788: BMC 7277). 19.1 X 15 cm. Bodleian Library, University of Oxford (John Johnson Collection, Tickets 4/4, 4/3)

10. Detail from A Map of the East India Company’s Lands on the Coast of Choromandel, Based on an Actual Survey… by Thomas Barnard (London, 1778). 110.8 X 585 cm. (original size of detail, 20 X 25 cm.). By permission of the British Library (*52615/1)

11. [James Sayers], A Reverie of Prince Demetrius Cantemir (26 Apr. 1788: BMC 7307). Engraving. 18.2 X 16.2 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

12. James Nixon, The Trial of Warren Hastings (1788): Nathaniel Middleton in the witness box. Watercolour. Private collection (Bridgeman Art Library)

13. [William Dent], The Raree Show (25 Feb. 1788: BMC 7273). Engraving. 32.4 X 23.8 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

14. [Thomas Rowlandson], Doctor Lasts Examination (7 Feb. 1789). Engraving. 22.9 X 33 cm. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Peel Collection, No. 209

15. [Thomas Rowlandson], Neddy’s Black Box (30 Jan. 1789: BMC 7499). Engraving. 21 X 33 cm. © Trustees of the British Museum

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Edmund Burke - Vol. 2
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Plates x
  • Figures xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • 1 - Picking Up the Pieces, 1784—1785 1
  • 2 - A Pledge Redeemed, 1785—1786 50
  • 3 - In the Name of the Commons, 1786—1787 97
  • 4 - A Boundless Object, 1787—1788 139
  • 5 - Madness and Discord, 1788—1789 199
  • 6 - The Making of the Reflections, 1789—1790 243
  • 7 - Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790 285
  • 8 - Triumph and Tribulation, 1790—1791 332
  • 9 - A Uniform Whig, 1791—1792 379
  • 10 - Chained to an Oar, 1792—1794 430
  • 11 - A Withered Stump, 1794—1795 475
  • 12 - An Old Oak, 1795—1796 507
  • 13 - Sublime and Minute, 1796—1797 547
  • Index 587
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