William Harris Bibliography

An Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of Charles I, King of Great Britain. After the Manner of Bayle, drawn from Original Writers and State-Papers 1758
With extensive criticism of Hume’s History of England. “And does Mr. Hume really think it probable that Charles's youth and inexperience led him into an error, and made him swallow all the gross falsities of Buckingham? This, indeed, is vindicating his honesty at the expence of his understanding; but at the same time is such a way of vindicating it, as very few will approve.” (page 74.)