3 edition of Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle found in the catalog.
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1984.
|Statement||by P.S. Hamilton.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 22824|
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|Pagination||1 microfiche (13 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||13|
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Addressed to the Duke of Newcastle, on the resignation of William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, from the office of secretary of state in Description:  leaves, 48 pages ; Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle book cm: Other Titles: Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, on the present crisis in the affairs of Great Britain Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle.
A letter to His Grace the D of Ne on the duty he owes himself, his king, his country and his God, at this important moment. Author: Thomas Pelham-Holles Newcastle, Duke of ; John Shebbeare.
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person to ***** in the city Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles Duke of, [ Book, Microform: ]. By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania A proclamation: His grace the Duke of Newcastle, one of his majesty's principal secretaries of state, having, by his letter of the 9th of April last, signified that his majesty has been pleased to order a considerable body of his troops from England Given under my hand, and the great seal of the province.
Summary ALS Letter from Robert Carter to the Duke of Newcastle, J Robert Carter writes to the Duke of Newcastle, Jto send the Principal Secretary of State all the public papers including the Council minutes except for the most recent ones which have not been read and approved.
The King has been pleased to grant unto his Grace Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne, the Dignity of a Duke of the Kingdom of Great Britain, by the Name, Stile, and Title of Duke of Newcastle under Lyne, in the County of Stafford ; to hold and enjoy the said Dignity, to him, and his Heirs Male, and in Default of such Issue, to the Right.
DUKE. duk: The rendering in the King James Version in Genesis ; Exodusand 1 Chronicles of 'alluph (the American Standard Revised Version and the English Revised Version, margin "chief"), and in Joshua of necikhim ("dukes," the Revised Version (British and American) "princes").
It occurs also, as the rendering of strategos, in 1 Maccabees (the Revised Version. Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, was a prolific writer who worked in many genres, including poetry, fiction, drama, letters, biography, science, and even science fiction.
Unlike most women of her day, who wrote anonymously, she published her works under her own name. Her significance as a rhetorical theorist has two main dimensions.
Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, A letter from Sr. Lewis Dyve to the Lord Marquis of New-Castle giveing his lordship an account of the whole conduct of the Kings affaires in Irland, since the time of the Lord Marquis of Ormond, His Excellencies arrivall there out of France in Septem.
until Sr. Lewis his departure out of. By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania A proclamation. His grace the Duke of Newcastle, one of his majesty's principal secretaries of state, having, by his letter of the 9th of April last, signified that his majesty has been pleased to order a considerable body of his troops from England.
The right of a British colonist to the protection of the Queen and parliament of England against the illegal and unjust acts of a colonial legislature or government: a letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle /.
(NOTE: This letter, reproduced in support of blupete's history, was written by Charles Knowles (c) governor of Louisbourg to the Duke of Newcastle. It, undoubtedly, had a large impact in the British discussions which led to the hand back of Louisbourg and the.
The Duke of Wellington sought Newcastle's support for his new government, and when he learnt that it did not possess Newcastle's confidence (and not receiving a reply to his first letter) he wrote again to him on 31 January, saying: "Nothing can be more unpleasant to me than that the friendly Relations between your Grace and the Govt.
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Davidson, Esq. of Newcastle upon Tyne. 9 Northumberland, Duke of: Communications respecting Implements of ancient Brass. Representation signed and letter to Duke of Newcastle. A letter for inclosing a copy thereof to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. February Present:—Mr. Chetwynd, Mr.
Docminique, Mr. Pelham, Mr. Bladen, Mr. Ashe, Mr. Plummer. Jamaica. Directors of the South Sea Company and other merchants about duties on negroes and flour. A Letter to the Duke of Newcastle Respecting His Grace's Conduct in the Disposal of Commissions in the Militia.
Together with Some Remarks Touching the French Revolution; A Reform of Parliament in. John Cartwright $ A Particular History of the Five Years French and Indian War in New England and Parts Adjacent: From Its Declaration by the King of France, Mato the Treaty with the Eastern Indians, Oct.
16,Sometimes Called Gov. Shirley's War ; with a Memoir of Major-General Shirley, Accompanied by His Portrait and Other Engravings5/5(1). For this is the day of the Lord Jehovah of hosts, a day of vengeance, that he may be avenged of his adversaries; and the sword shall devour, and it shall be sated and made drunk with their blood; for the Lord Jehovah of hosts hath a sacrifice in the north country, by the river Euphrates.
(After writing the above, the present author found the cipher is described in Manuscripts of His Grace the Duke of Portland, Vol. I, There appear to be some differences from the above.) Use of this cipher in print can be found in: Charles I to Henrietta-Maria, 23 January (Manuscripts of His Grace.
By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania A proclamation [electronic resource]: His grace the Duke of Newcastle, one of his majesty's principal secretaries of state, having, by his letter of the 9th of April last, signified that his majesty has been pleased to order a considerable body of his troops from England.
John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, KG, GCMG, PC, FRS (18 August – 28 May ), known by his courtesy title Lord John Russell beforewas a leading Whig and Liberal politician who served as Prime Minister of Great Britain in –, and – during the early Victorian political affiliations: Whig (until ).
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Owned by John Holles (), 1st Duke of Newcastle, he first appears as a stallion in the Newcastle records of [Early Records].
Mr Prior infers that he was the same horse as His Grace's Black Barb [Early Records] although there is no record of acquisition for either in the Newcastle papers. Letter to the Earl of Nottingham with a letter in behalf of Colonel Morris inclosed; Letter written by Thomas Gordon; Letters from Mr Jeremiah Basse about pirates and piracies; Lord Augustus FitzRoy desires a patent under the great seal; Lords Commissioners of Trade to His Grace, the Duke of Newcastle.
Letter from Robert Carter to the Duke of Newcastle, J & his ministers in the affair of the expedition as in any one thing that has been under my management since I receiv'd the honour of his Majesty'scommission, and when the affair is compleated I shall transmit to the Secry of State a full & particular account of my whole conduct.
John Green ( 25 April ) was a British clergyman and academic. Having been schooled in his home town, he was admitted to St John's College, Cambridge in  Green graduated B.A. in and was awarded a fellowship in  He was ordained in. Cavendish, William, Duke of Newcastle, ed.
A Collection of Letters and Poems Microform / Written by Several Persons of Honour and Learning, upon Divers Important Subjects, to the late Duke and Dutchess of Newcastle. London: Printed by Langly Curtis in Goat Yard on Ludgate Hill. Letter 1: 22 December, no year, pg. 85 Madam. Thomas Doubleday, Son of a Newcastle soap manufacturer, English Romantic poet, playwright and Radical agitator, critical in the passage of the Parliamentary Reform Act of But his most famous is perhaps his book, assaulting Malthus 's theory of population, arguing instead that the "the plethoric state invariably checks.
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I was very eager to read this book because I loved Brentwood's Ward/5. Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of, ; Bull, William, ; South Carolina. General Assembly — Records and correspondence; South Carolina.
Council — Records and correspondence; Great Britain. Colonial Office — Records and correspondence; Great Britain. Board of Trade — Records and correspondence. many different places for different purposes His Grace Duke of Northd.
My Principal Trustee told me to refer such letters to him ” Grace finally ignored their letters, but was much troubled with guilt, that her words may have caused offence. A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, Secretary of State for the Colonies, &c.
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A comedy, Acted by His Royal Highnes’s Servants. Written by His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. London, Printed by J.M. for H.
Herringman, at the Sign of the Blew Anchor in the Lower-Walk of the New-Exchange, “Having received a Letter of the 19 Instant from the Mayor of Newcastle wherein Mention is made of an Application or two of his, to his Grace the Duke of Newcastle, relating to the Rebel Prisoners, and to a French Prisoner of War at that Place, Transcriptions thereof are her subjoined, that such Use may be made of them as You may think proper.
An ODE Performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge July 1,At the Installation of his Grace THOMAS HOLLES Duke of NEWCASTLE CHANCELLOR of the University. ODE to an AEOLUS's Harp. Sent to Miss SHEPHEARD. A Godly Letter of Warning or Admonition to the Faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick John Knox, to the faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick, and to all others within the realm of England, that love the coming of our Lord Jesus, wishes continuance in godliness to the end.
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I am grateful to John and Val Tuckwell of Tuckwell Press for giving me the opportunity to refine and develop my ideas on the subject of the Union of and, by re-publishing Bought and Sold, making it available once more to students, teachers and academics, as well as to a wider understanding of the topic has been deepened through the study of primary documents I had not seen prior.
Hudson's Bay Company: Correspondence with His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, the Hudson's Bay Company, and the delegates from Canada [electronic resource]: (with other documents) in reference to the establishment of overland passenger and telegraphic communication between the Atlantic and British Columbia and the Pacific.
Papers relative to the Plot in the North, inextracted from the 31st Volume of the Mickleton and Spearman Manuscripts, presented by the Rev. George Wasey, M. A. to the Hon. and Right Rev. Shute, Lord Bishop of Durham, and by him presented, in. His correspondence with Danby between and was printed by Danby in his own vindication: Copies and Extracts of some Letters written to and from the Earl of Danby, now Duke of Leeds, in, andwith particular Remarks upon some of them.
Published by his Grace's direction, 8vo, Letter. To his Grace the Duke of Newcastle. Letter. Signed Margaret Newcastle. An Epistle that was Writ before the Death of the Noble Sir Charls Cavendish, my Most noble Margaret Newcastle. Advertisement to the Reader.
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