3 edition of A letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart found in the catalog.
A letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart
by printed by J. and W. Eddowes. Sold by J. Stockdale, Cadell and Davies, and T. N. Longman, London in Shrewsbury
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6914, no. 22.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
I have also to thank Sir James Fitzjames Stephen for his permission to print an interesting letter on post-office franks6; Dr. Andrews for information about the Ohio Scheme7; Mr. James Gordon, M.A., the learned Librarian of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; and Mr. G. K. Fortescue, of the British Museum, who has helped me in many difficulties. William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath ( – 7 July, ) was an English politician, created Earl of Bath in by King George II. This article about a political figure is a stub. You can help Wikiquote by expanding it.
Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, Baron, Alternative names. Detailed View Revision History Sources. From the description of Autograph letter in third person: Whitehall, to Sir William (Johnstone) Pulteney, July (Unknown). WorldCat record id: John Louis Ligonier letter book, Ligonier, John Louis, letter book, Tales of the Crusaders: The Betrothed, Chronicles of the Canongate, The Highland Widow, Etc. (New Century Library, Vol. XIX) by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Sir William Pulteney, the brother of Sir James Johnstone of Westerhall, presented Dr Johnstone’s second son, Thomas, Rector of Fisherton Anger, to the livings of Aston Botterill, Salop, and Hope Bagot, Wilts, in the days when pluralism was allowed, and Dr Johnstone, as ardent a politician as himself, gave him much aid in electioneering. Same for 1,l. to the Commissioners of the Privy Seal (William Cheney, Sir John Knatchbull and Sir William Pulteney) for days, , Feb. 19, to , Mar. 25, on their allowance of 4l. a day in lieu of the ancient diet of 16 dishes of meat: to be satisfied out of loans to be made by themselves on the duties on East India goods.
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A Letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart., Representative in Parliament for the Borough of Item PreviewPages: William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath, PC (22 March – 7 July ) was an English Whig politician who sat in the House of Commons from to when he was created the first Earl of Bath by King George is sometimes stated to have been Prime Minister, for the shortest term ever (two days) inalthough most modern sources reckon that he cannot be Children: William Pulteney, Viscount Pulteney.
Get this from a library. A letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart., member for Shrewsbury: on the subject of the trade between India and Europe.
[George Dallas, Sir; William Pulteney]. Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet (October – 30 May ), known as William Johnstone untilwas a Scottish advocate, landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons between and He was reputedly the wealthiest man in Great Britain.
He invested in lands in North America, and in developments in Great Britain, including the Pulteney Bridge Net worth: £ billion in pounds. Substance of the Speech of Sir William Pulteney, Bart., on His Motion 7th A letter to Sir William Pulteney,for Shortening the Time During Which the Bank of England Should Be Restrained from Issuing Cash for Its Debts and Demands by.
William Johnstone, afterward Sir William Pulteney (), 5th Bart., M.P. for Cromartyshire () and for Shrewsbury (), and the author of several political pamphlets.
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Pulteney's father having died before he was of age, he was placed under the guardianship of Sir John Guise, bart. (Memoirs of Life and Conduct, &c., p. 10). He inherited a considerable property, and his guardian afterwards left him a legacy of 40,l. and an estate of l. a year.
His entrance into parliament was therefore a matter of course. Pulteney was the heir to the Pulteney estate, lying between St.
James’s Street and the Green Park, held from the Crown on a year lease, bringing in £10, a year.1 His grandfather, Sir William Pulteney, M.P. for Westminster, had vested the estate in trustees, one of whom was Henry Guy, M.P.
for Hedon, secretary to the Treasury till he. : The Works Of Sir William Temple, Bart: Letters Written By Sir William Temple, Bart., And Other Ministers Of State, Both At Home And Abroad: Containing In Christendom From To Pub (): Temple, Sir. On 24 Julyhe married Henriette Laura Pulteney, 1st Baroness Bath, daughter of his cousin Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet in Bath House, London.
Two days before he had by Royal Licence assumed the surname Pulteney only to inherit his wife's relative Harry ance: United Kingdom. A second letter to the Earl of Moira on the commercial situation of Ireland By the author of A letter to his lordship in defence of the conduct of His Majesty's ministers and of the army in Ireland.
by: Dallas, George, Sir, Published: (). A PAMPHLET was lately sent me, entitled, "A letter from the Right Honourable Sir R. to the Right Honourable W. Esq; occasioned by the late invectives on the King, her Majesty, and all the royal family."By these initial letters of our names, the world is to understand that you and I must be meant.
Although the letter seems to require an answer, yet because it. Corrected report of the speech of Sir George Staunton, on Sir James Graham's motion on the China trade in the House of Commons, April 7, with an appendix, containing resolutions on the China Trade, moved in the House of Commons, J by: Staunton, George Thomas, Sir, Published: ().
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Brereton's journal is a book made up of letters from the English Civil War (). A Parliamentary general, Sir William was engaged in the siege of Dudley Castle, Bridgnorth Castle and the fortifield cathedral close at Lichfield.
The Letter Book contains copies of letters sent and received by Brereton. There are details of his victory against the last Royalist. Full text of "The Correspondence of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart.: With Reminiscences of the With Reminiscences of the See other formats.
William Hoste is the author of Memoirs and Letters of Capt. Sir William Hoste, Bart, Volume 1 ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Mem /5(5). PU Malcolm, George. An account of the Trade carryed on by Messrs. Maxwell, Malcolm & co. from the Sixty seven, when it commenced to the seventy seven, when Mr.
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