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Richard Price


  1. Additional observations on the nature and value of civil liberty, and the war with America. Also observations on schemes for raising money by public loans, an historical deduction and analysis of the national debt and a brief account of the debts and resources of France has translation author
  2. A discourse on the love of our country, delivered on Nov. 4, 1789 at the meeting-house in the old Jewry, to the Society for commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain, with an appendix has translation author
  3. Declaration of rights by the National Assembly of France translation translator
  4. Extract from a letter of the Duke De Rochefoucauld to Dr. Price, dated Paris, December 2d, 1789 translation translator
  5. Extract from the votes of the National Assembly of France, of Wednesday the 25th of Nov. 1789, transmitted by the archbishop of Aix, President of the National Assembly, to Earl Stanhope, Chairman of the Revolution Society in London translation translator
  6. Observations on the importance of the American Revolution, and the means of making it a benefit to the world. To which is added, a letter from M. Turgot, late comptroller-general of the finances of France: with an appendix, containing a translation of the will of M. Fortune Ricard, lately published in France. By Richard Price, D.D. L.L.D. has translation author
  7. Observations on the nature of civil liberty has translation author
  8. Preface and addition to the Discourse on the love for our country has translation author
  9. Resolution of thanks from the Patriotic Society at Dijon, transmitted by M. l'Abbé VOLFIUS, the chairman, to Earl STANHOPE, chairman of the Revolution Society translation translator


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Not clear whether Price is himself the translator of the many translated pieces he included in his works, or whether he relied on collaborators.