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A letter from Major Scott, to Philip Francis, esq

A letter to the Right Honorable Charles James Fox, on the late debates upon the declaratory bill in Parliament, and in Leadenhall-street

A letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, paymaster general of His Majesty's forces

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to the insinuations in the Ninth report of the Select committee, which affect the character of Mr. Hastings

A narrative of the transactions in Bengal, during the administration of Mr. Hastings

A second letter from Major Scott to Mr. Fox : containing the final decision of the Governor General and council of Bengal on the charges brought against Rajah Deby Sing

An appeal to the people of England and Scotland, in behalf of Warren Hastings, esq

Letters to the Right Honourable Henry Dundas on his inconsistency as the minister of India

Major Scott's charge against the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, February 6, 1789

Major Scott's speech in the House of commons, on the 1st and 3d of July 1789 : upon the state and finances of India

Observations on the principles and tendency of the East India bills proposed by the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, and the Right Honourable William Pitt, with short sketches of their political characters

Popular topics; or, The grand question discussed; in which the following subjects are considered; viz. the King's prerogative, the privileges of Parliament, secret influence, and a system of reform for the East-India Company

The conduct of his majesty's late ministers considered, as it affected the East-India Company and Mr. Hastings

The law of the organization of the Judiciary of the Chinese Republic

The present state of the British interest in India: with a plan for establishing a regular system of government in that country

The speech of Major Scott in the House of commons, on Friday, May 21, 1790, on the complaint of General Burgoyne for a breach of privilege

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