2 edition of correspondence of George, Prince of Wales, 1770-1812 found in the catalog.
correspondence of George, Prince of Wales, 1770-1812
George IV King of Great Britain
|Statement||edited by A.Aspinall. Vol.5, 1804-1806.|
|Contributions||Aspinall, A. 1901-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 561 p.,  p. of plates (inc. front.) :|
|Number of Pages||561|
A. Aspinall (ed.), The Correspondence of George, Prince of Wales – (8 vols., Cambridge, –71, hereafter Aspinall, CPW), iv, See also vi, where the point is made that the Portland government’s election victory of was due as much to popular support for the King as to popular hostility to Catholic relief. WENTWORTH, Sir JOHN, office holder and colonial administrator; b. 9 Aug. in Portsmouth, N.H., the elder surviving son of Mark Hunking Wentworth and Elizabeth Rindge; m. 11 Nov. in Portsmouth his cousin Frances Deering Wentworth, widow of their mutual cousin, Theodore Atkinson; d. 8 April in Halifax, N.S., leaving one legitimate and one illegitimate son.
Admiral Sir Richard Strachan had been called up the previous day to give his evidence to the Committee, and George Tierney moved to call Lord Chatham to the Bar on Thursday the 22nd. 26 February , quoted in A. Aspinall (ed), Correspondence of George, Prince of Wales, (London or, correspondence with Lord Melville, BL. Jun 08, · Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince of Wales (Aug. 12, ), in 1 The Correspondence of George, Prince of Wales –, at 5, 5–6 (A. Aspinall ed., ). Her last thought is intriguingly close to Kant’s position on moral worth.
Correspondences. general, sixteenth century, seventeenth century, eighteenth century The Correspondence of George, Prince of Wales 8 Vols. London: Cassell. Comments: Vol. 1. ; The Book-Trade Correspondence of William Warburton and John Knapton with other Letters and Documents Oxford: Oxford Bibliographical. The House of Commons was in the midst of a full House Committee appointed to look into the planning, execution and outcome of the Walcheren expedition. Admiral Sir Richard Strachan had been called up the previous day to give his evidence to the Committee, and George Tierney moved to call Lord Chatham to the Bar on Thursday the 22nd.
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