3 edition of A letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart found in the catalog.
A letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart
1797 by printed by J. and W. Eddowes. Sold by J. Stockdale, Cadell and Davies, and T.N. Longman, London; T. Crutwell, and J. Meyler, Bath; T. Mills, Bristol; T. Pearson, and M. Swiney, Birmingham &c. &c in Shrewsbury .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3977, no. 03.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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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.
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On 24 Julyhe married A letter to Sir William Pulteney Laura Pulteney, 1st Baroness Bath, daughter of his cousin Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet in Bath House, London.
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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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Henderson unde. Pulteney’s family had held a substantial leasehold interest in the bailiwick of St. James since at least They were Royalists in the Civil War, his father contributing £ to Charles I’s funds and Pulteney himself serving in the regiment of Sir William Russell until the surrender of.
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Henry Guy to the Solicitor General. At the Treasury Lords' desire Sir William Pulteney will attend you with the writings concerning some ground and tenements to be purchased of him for the King.
Draft the conveyance. Out Letters (General) VII, p. Aug. I have also to thank Sir James Fitzjames Stephen for his permission to print an interesting letter on post-office franks6; Dr.
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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, toMar. 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. Nepean, Evan, Sir, Autograph letters signed (8) and an autograph list of dispatches received: Whitehall, to Sir James Murray-Pulteney, Aug.
Nov. Pierpont Morgan Library. referencedIn. THE liberal patronage bestowed on the first and second editions induces the author to prepare a third one, containing a likeness of Sir William Pepperrell at the age of fiftyfive years, engraved from a portrait painted in London, by Symbert, in PROVIDENCE, R.
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London: Printed for. His great-grandson, John Johnstone, was made a baronet of Nova Scotia, Apwith a destination to his heirs male; so as he left only one daughter, Philadelphia, the title descended to his brother William, the ancestor of the present Sir Frederick Johnstone, of the Johnstones of Alva, [John, fourth son of Sir J.
Johnstone, third Bart. Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 1st Bt. was baptised on 11 May He was the son of Thomas Beauchamp and Anne Proctor. He married, firstly, Jane Towers, daughter of Christopher Towers, 3rd Bt.
and Jane Proctor, in He married, secondly, Laetitia Johnson, daughter of Henry Johnson, on 13 May Parents: Anne Proctor, Thomas Beauchamp. Sir William de Crespigny () was the second baronet, succeeding in to the baronetcy on the death of his father Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny ().
In William married the Right Honourable Lady Sarah Windsor (), a daughter of the 4th Earl of Plymouth. Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. John Gibson Lockhart The Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 4 John Gibson expressed father feelings followed formed gave give hand head heard heart honour hope hour interest James John kind Lady late least less letter literary lived London look Lord manners matter means mind morning nature never novel.
"Sir Walter Scott", three Novels Complete in One Volume, by Sir Walter Scott. Originally published early in the Nineteenth Century; this volume published circa by Modern Library, division of Random House, New York. Book/Printed Material Illustrations; landscape, historical, and antiquarian, to the poetical works of Sir Walter Scott, bart.
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