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Fri Mar 21 17:12:31 2014 UTClccn-n868164460.47The social, educational and religious state of the manufacturing districts : with statistical returns of the means of education and religious instruction in the manufacturing districts of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cheshire, in two letters to the Right Hon. Sir Robt. Peel, Bart. /0.871.00Remarks on medical reform and on Sir James Graham's medical bill /59845472Sir_James_Graham,_2nd_Baronetn 868164461540054Graham, J. R. G. (James Robert George), Sir, 1792-1861Graham, James Robert George 1792-1861Graham, James Robert George, Sir, 1792-1861lccn-n84123148Brougham and Vaux, Henry BroughamBaron1778-1868lccn-n50008764Peel, RobertSir1788-1850lccn-n50008786Erickson, Arvel B.lccn-n50021710Ward, J. T.(John Towers)lccn-n50020871Baines, EdwardSir1800-1890lccn-n87895345Wharncliffe, John Stuart-WortleyBaron1801-1855lccn-n85252364Perceval, Johnactive 1840-1860lccn-n79113783Great BritainParliamentHouse of Commonslccn-n50074370Great BritainPoor Law Commissionersnp-rand, william$of bradfordRand, Williamof BradfordGraham, JamesSir1792-1861HistoryRecords and correspondenceGreat BritainGraham, James,--Sir,Corn laws (Great Britain)EducationWorking class--EducationCurrency questionLaw reformLawCriminal lawEnglandReligious educationChild laborSocial historyGrain tradeGrain--PricesEducational law and legislationChinaPoor lawsHours of laborPolitical scienceMentally ill--CarePsychiatric hospitalsGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsRoman questionEconomicsCommerceItalyInternational relationsAustriaEconomic historyCreditPromissory notesRailroadsMine explosionsOpium tradeAlmshousesPopes--Temporal powerEngland--AndoverWales, SouthMine explosions--PreventionChurch and educationPopulationFactory systemResignation from officePharmacy--Law and legislationResidential mobilityOpium War (China : 1840-1842)Economic policyDay, William,--EsqRussell, John Russell,--Earl,17921861181818241826182718281832183318341835183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471849185018511853185418551859186318671868187119071952196419671968197219741984199520117131198458330HB151ocn315254342ocn313593801ocn846662779ocn846667797ocn846657121ocn31520502063838ocn065258039file18260.90Graham, JamesCorn and currency in an address to the land owners59713ocn060714499file18430.86Brougham and Vaux, Henry BroughamLetters on law reform to the Right Hon. Sir J.R.G. Graham, Bart., M.P., Secretary of State for the Home Department from Lord BroughamHistoryRecords and correspondence38721ocn065269780file18260.93Graham, JamesA compendium of the laws, passed from time to time, for regulating and restricting the importation, exportation, and consumption of foreign corn, from the year 1660 and a series of accounts, from the date of the earliest official records, shewing the operation of the several statutes, and the average prices of corn : presenting a complete view of the corn trade of Great BritainHistory3386ocn060714500file18490.86Brougham and Vaux, Henry BroughamLetter from Lord Brougham to Sir James Graham on the making and digesting of the law2699ocn065265364file18410.88Graham, JamesWant of confidence2402ocn060719149file18460.86Perceval, JohnLetters to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, bart., and to other noblemen and gentlemen upon the reform of the law affecting the treatment of persons alleged to be of unsound mind2346ocn065270637file18410.90Walker, WilliamA letter addressed to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart. M.P. Her Majesty's principal secretary of state for the Home Department, &c. &c on the ten hours factory question1469ocn065279721file18450.90Mazzini, GiuseppeItaly, Austria, and the Pope a letter to Sir James Graham, Bart.History1365ocn065265330file18400.90Graham, JamesThe war in China Sir J. Graham's speech in the House of Commons, Tuesday, April 7, 1840History1326ocn065275608file18440.93Society of Apothecaries, LondonA statement on the subject of their administration of the apothecaries' act : with reference to some supposed feature of Sir James Graham's promised measure of medical reform1295ocn065275920file18280.92Rooke, JohnFree trade in corn the real interest of the landlord and the true policy of the stateHistory1236ocn065279009file18450.92Staniland, MeaburnLaw of settlement a letter to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart. : on his speech delivered in the House of Commons, February 12, 1845 : on bringing in a bill to amend and consolidate the laws relating to parochial settlement, and removal of the poor : with reasons for the entire abolition of the law of settlement1237ocn065254442file18240.90Chapman, WilliamObservations on the most advisable measures to be adopted in forming a communication for the transit of merchandise and the produce of land, to or from Newcastle and Carlisle, or the places intermediate in a letter from Mr. Chapman to Sir James Graham1214ocn065267135file18280.90Principles of coinage intended as an answer to the reported speech of the Right Hon. Robert Peel ... delivered by him, in reply to Sir James Graham, Bart., who moved, in the House of Commons, for a select committee, to inquire into the circulation of promissory notes, under the value of five pounds, on the 3d June, 18281206ocn065312774com18430.90Evans, James CookLetter to Sir James Graham, Bart., on the education clauses of the Factory bill with an appendix containing Lord John Russell's resolutions, with remarks thereon1193ocn065269365file18280.93A Letter to Sir James Graham, Bart. M.P., alias "A Cumberland landowner", in reply to certain positions contained in a pamphlet entitled "Free trade in corn, the real interest of the landlord and the true policy of the state ..."1195ocn065312786file18430.88Hinton, John HowardA plea for liberty of conscience a letter to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart. ... on the educational clauses of the Factories' bill1195ocn065279197com18450.90Parker, Henry WalterLetters to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart., one of Her Majesty's principal secretaries of state, &c. &c. & c on the subject of recent proceedings connected with the Andover Union1194ocn065313865file18440.88Lyell, CharlesReport from Messrs. Lyell & Faraday to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart., secretary of state for the Home Department, on the subject of the explosion at the Haswell collieries and on the means of preventing similar accidents1184ocn065312838file18430.88Sandys, Geo. WA letter to the Right Honourable Sir James R.G. Graham, Bart., M.P. ... occasioned by a recent debate in the House of Commons on the subject of national education3415ocn000400602book19520.73Erickson, Arvel BThe public career of Sir James GrahamHistory+-+78382628353243003ocn000917658book19640.76Ward, J. TSir James Graham2346ocn065312760com18430.93Baines, EdwardThe social, educational, and religious state of the manufacturing districts with statistical returns of the means of education and religious instruction in the manufacturing districts of Yorkshire, Lancashire, and Cheshire : in two letters to the Right Hon. Sir Robt. Peel, Bart. : with an appendix containing a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Wharncliffe, on Sir Jas. Graham's factory education bill : also the objections to the amended bill1985ocn001465280book19070.79Parker, Charles StuartLife and letters of Sir James Graham, second baronet of Netherby, P.C., G.C.B., 1792-18611244ocn065272810com18420.90Thompson, GeorgeParadise regained by Sir James Graham, Bart1214ocn065265958com18400.90Staunton, George ThomasCorrected 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, 1840 : with an appendix, containing resolutions on the China Trade, moved in the House of Commons, June 13, 18331184ocn065312757com18430.88Alexander, JohnA letter addressed to a member of Parliament on the educational clauses in Sir James Graham's altered Factory bill1183ocn065309396com18470.90Day, WilliamA letter to Lord Viscount Courtenay, M.P. chairman of the Andover CommitteeRecords and correspondence1184ocn065311385com18500.88Taylor, JamesSir James Graham's remarks on landlords & currency434ocn006151170book18630.90McCullagh Torrens, W. TThe life and times of the Right Honourable Sir James R.G. Graham, bart302ocn838686523com18430.47Baines, EdwardThe social, educational and religious state of the manufacturing districts : with statistical returns of the means of education and religious instruction in the manufacturing districts of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cheshire, in two letters to the Right Hon. Sir Robt. Peel, Bart.162ocn608319748file18270.90Ross, J. CAn examination of the opinions maintained in the "Essay on the principles of population" by Malthus, and in the "Elements of political economy" by Ricardo with some remarks in reply to Sir James Graham's "Address to the land-owners"151ocn837822744com18400.47Staunton, George ThomasCorrected 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, 1840121ocn007289314book19680.86Oastler, RichardThe Fleet papers : [being letters to Thomas Thornhill, esq., of Riddlesworth, in the county of NorfolkHistory92ocn565235645com18680.84Lonsdale, HenryThe Right Honorable Sir J.R.G. Graham71ocn009471665book18430.90Dunn, HenryThe bill or the alternative a letter to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart., M.P., &c., &c.61ocn011640850book0.96Graham, JamesThe papers of Sir James GrahamHistoryArchivesSources51ocn017808702book18710.96Graham, JamesResults of Admiralty organization, as established by Sir James Graham and Mr. Childers with suggestions for improvements21ocn022943161book18451.00Lewins, RobertRemarks on medical reform and on Sir James Graham's medical bill21ocn228733910book18450.96Roscoe, JamesA letter to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart. on the Poor Laws with suggestions for an alteration of the laws relating to the relief of the poor.+-+7838262835324Fri Mar 21 15:43:17 EDT 2014batch25510