Four letters to the Earl of Carlisle, from William Eden, Esq: on certain perversions of political reasoning, and on the nature of party spirit and of parties, on the present circumstances of the war between Great Britain and the combined powers of France and Spain, on the public debts, on the public credit, and on the means of raising supplies, on the representations of Ireland respecting a free-trade
Auckland, William EdenBaron, 1744-1814 | Carlisle, Frederick HowardEarl of, 1748-1825 | White, Benjamin, approximately 1724-1794 | Cadell, T. (Thomas), 1742-1802 | David Center for the American Revolution
Printed for B. White, in Fleet-Street, and T. Cadell, in the Strand, London, MDCCLXXIX. 
Appendix: Acts made in England, restraining trade to and from Ireland. Acts made in England in favour of trade to and from Ireland. Signatures: [A]2, B-X4, Y2. Tail-pieces. Includes bibliographical references.
Pam. v.74, no.3
, 163,  pages ; 22 cm (8vo)