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Fri Mar 21 17:16:21 2014 UTClccn-n861047500.00Letter book of John Graves Simcoe,0.851.00Short remarks upon recent political occurrences and, particularly, on the new plan of finance96225961Charles_Long,_1st_Baron_Farnboroughn 861047501829623Charles LongCharles Long, 1st Baron FarnboroughFarnborough, 1st Baron, 1761-1838Farnborough, Charles Long 1761-1838Farnborough, Charles Long, Baron, 1760-1838Farnborough, Charles Long, Baron, 1761-1838Farnborough, Lord Charles LongLong, 1st Baron Farnboroughlccn-n87860596Thornton, Thomas1786-1866lccn-n80050333Great BritainTreasurylccn-n79113783Great BritainParliamentHouse of Commonslccn-n82011721Cumberland, George1754-1848np-mackintosh$ladyMacKintoshLadyviaf-32348173Andrewof Wyntoun1350?-1420?lccn-n87819486Macpherson, David1746-1816lccn-n86061846Beaumont, George HowlandSir1753-1827lccn-n83040006Debrett, Johnd. 1822lccn-n50000772FranceConvention nationaleLong, Charles1760-1838HistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceArchivesGreat BritainCost and standard of livingFood pricesDebts, PublicSinking-fundsFinanceCustoms administrationEconomic historyFinance, PublicExpenditures, PublicRevolution (France : 1789-1799)FranceBread--PricesBread industryWheat--PricesFood supplyWheat tradeEnglandLong, Charles,GardensHomesEngland--LondonCity planningPolitical scienceScotlandFrance.--Convention nationaleAuthors, EnglishConstitution (France : 1795)PeacePublic opinion, BritishLocker-Lampson, Frederick,St. Clair's Campaign (1791)International relationsInflation (Finance)Simcoe, John Graves,Legislative bodies--ReformRoyal Hospital for Seamen at GreenwichPricesTravelIllustration of booksGreat Lakes RegionAmerican loyalistsIndiaIndians of North America--WarsUnited States--Northwest, OldEducationEthiopiaArctic RegionsEgyptCanada176018381793179517991800180718111816181718221823182515751887HB15189447ocn065317721file18000.84Long, CharlesA temperate discussion of the causes which have led to the present high price of bread addressed to the plain sense of the peopleHistory29810ocn065236123file18070.90Long, CharlesShort remarks upon recent political occurrences and, particularly, on the new plan of finance1264ocn065255396file18230.93Thornton, ThomasFive letters on the customs addressed to Sir Charles Long : originally published in the Morning chronicle : with notes1173ocn065346065file17990.88Great BritainAccounts presented to the House of Commons, respecting the public income of Great Britain, for the year ending fifth of January 17991027ocn187302025file17950.76Long, CharlesThe new era of the French Revolution or, observations upon the Constitution proposed in the Convention, on the twenty-third of June, 1795History151ocn837784031file18230.35Thornton, ThomasFive letters on the customs : addressed to Sir Charles Long52ocn024371505book18250.47Long, CharlesA letter to ... Sir Charles Long, on the improvements proposed, and now carrying on in the western part of LondonHistorySources31ocn224539207book17930.27AndrewDe orygynale cronykil of Scotland, be Androw of Wyntown ... Now first published, with notes, a glossary, &cHistory11ocn852539774mix1.00Shee, Eliza ArcherMartin Archer Shee autograph albumRecords and correspondenceAlbum of autograph letters, letter fragments, and cut away signatures, many of which are addressed to the English portrait painter and writer Martin Archer Shee. Apparantly partially compiled by Shee's daughter, Eliza Jane, the album represents the hands of hundreds of nineteenth-century British artists, writers, politicians, and royalty, as well as a number of notable continental Europeans of the period. The bulk of the manuscripts date from the first half of the nineteenth century. The earliest manuscript is a 1531 document on vellum signed by Francis I of France; the latest is a 1903 letter from British Army Genreal Archibald Hunter, to Shee's great-grandson, also named Martin Archer Shee (1873-1935)11ocn270621699book18230.10Beaumont, George Howlandto Sir Charles LongAbout bequeathing his pictures to the British Museum11ocn727143181com18001.00FarnboroughScience and the human mind ; a critical and historical account of the development of natural knowledge11ocn270590416book18220.10Long, CharlesBromley Hill, to Sir George Howland BeaumontAdvising him on the disposition of his pictures. He suggests waiting for a suitable gallery to be built and to insist on being a trustee11ocn645240854com1.00Long, CharlesShort remarks upon recent political occurrences and, particularly, on the new plan of financesdr-wu279478211ocn122510073mixLocker, Edward HawkePapers of Edward Hawke LockerHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence11ocn721011580mixSimcoe, John GravesLetter book of John Graves SimcoeHistoryArchivesSourcesLetter book of incoming and outgoing correspondence of John Graves Simcoe during his first two years as the Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada. The book includes Simcoe's correspondence with John Butler (1728-1796), James Gray (ca. 1732-1796), John Munro (1731-1800); Samuel Holland (1728-1801), Thomas Aston Coffin (1754-1810), Robert Hamilton (1743-1809), Alured Clarke (ca 1744-1832), Charles Long, 1st Baron of Farnborough, the junior Secretary of the Treasury (1761-1838), Edward Baker Littlehales,1st Baronet Baker (d. 1825), and others. The letters discuss poltical, military, and financial affairs of the province, including the organization of the Legislative Council, disbursement of public monie and lands, desertions from the army at Niagara; the relations with the United States during the Northwest Indian War (1785-1795), particularly St. Clair's campaign, and Indian diplomacy and relation with the Indian nations, including the crises prompted by the murders of an Onondaga chief committed by Jacob Valentine, an Ojibwa Indian at Michilimackinac and the Snake chief and the Indian council at Au Glaize (October 1792), etc11ocn800573055com20050.47Great BritainAccounts presented to the House of Commons, respecting the public income of Great Britain, for the year ending fifth of January 179911ocn690602344com20050.47Long, CharlesThe new era of the French Revolution or, observations upon the Constitution proposed in the Convention, on the twenty-third of June, 179563ocn008434518book18110.47Cumberland, GeorgeBromley-Hill, the seat of the Right Hon. Charles Long, M.P. : a sketchFri Mar 21 15:37:03 EDT 2014batch12935