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Fri Mar 21 17:14:28 2014 UTClccn-n861353210.00Lettre du très-honorable Edmond Burke à un noble lord : sur les attaques dirigées contre lui & contre sa pension dans la Chambre des pairs par le duc de Bedford et le comte de Lauderdale0.811.00Brissot citoyen actif & sans culotte /74192558James_Maitland,_8th_Earl_of_Lauderdalen 861353211819051Lauderdale comte de.Lauderdale, Earl of (James Maitland), 1759-1839Lauderdale, James.Lauderdale, James M.Lauderdale, James M. 1759-1839Lauderdale, James M. of 1759-1839Lauderdale, James Maitland, 1759-1839, 8ème comte deLauderdale, James Maitland, 8th earl of, 1759-1839Lauderdale, James Maitland Earl of.Lauderdale (James Maitland), Earl of, 1759-1839Lauderdale, James of 1759-1839Maitland, James 1759-1839Maitland, James, 8th Earl of Lauderdale, 1759-1839Maitland, James, Earl of Lauderdale, 1759-1839Maitland of Lauderdale, James 1759-1839lccn-n88138968Bedford, Francis RussellDuke of1765-1802lccn-n79040055Burke, Edmund1729-1797lccn-n80001216Great BritainParliamentHouse of Lordslccn-n80046267Paglin, Mortonedtlccn-n86100705Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth FitzwilliamEarl1748-1833lccn-n79021716Malthus, T. R.(Thomas Robert)1766-1834lccn-n78095325Ricardo, David1772-1823lccn-n80034909Wellington, Arthur WellesleyDuke of1769-1852lccn-n50076368Whig Party (Great Britain)lccn-n86056336Sugiyama, Chūhei1921-Lauderdale, James MaitlandEarl of1759-1839HistoryRecords and correspondenceGreat BritainLauderdale, James Maitland,--Earl of,Political scienceBedford, Francis Russell,--Duke of,Great Britain.--Parliament.--House of LordsEconomicsFinance, PublicWealthDebts, PublicBurke, Edmund,FranceInternational relationsCurrency questionSinking-fundsWhig Party (Great Britain)Malthus, T. R.--(Thomas Robert),Ricardo, David,Revolution (France : 1789-1799)Paper moneyIrelandInquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations (Smith, Adam)De Grosberg, CarolineTaxationIncome taxInheritance and transfer taxRudd, Margaret Caroline,FinanceCorn laws (Great Britain)Classical school of economicsIndiaEast India CompanyBritish Occupation of India (1765-1947)Caroline,--Queen, consort of George IV, King of Great Britain,Economic historyWar--CausesFitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam,--Earl,CommerceGreece--Ionian IslandsColonies--AdministrationPeel, Robert,Maitland, Thomas,Lauderdale, James Maitland,--Earl of,Justification (Theory of knowledge)Sismondi, J.-C.-L. Simonde de--(Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde),Bentham, Jeremy,Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville,--Baron,Grain tradeFitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam,--Earl,ColoniesBentham, Jeremy17591839177617801788179217931794179517961797179817991801180418051806180718081809181018121813181418151819182018211822182518261827182818291831183718381846185418851909192919401956196019611962196519661967197119731976198619901991199319951996199820052009201312048226691330HB16176031ocn065343280file17970.81Lauderdale, James MaitlandThoughts on finance, suggested by the measures of the present session49923ocn001956618file18040.88Lauderdale, James MaitlandAn inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth, and into the means and causes of its increase45732ocn065334079file17940.81Lauderdale, James MaitlandLetters to the peers of ScotlandHistory42818ocn000971884book18190.59Lauderdale, James MaitlandAn inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth and into the means and causes of its increase, 180433910ocn000253301book18290.76Lauderdale, James MaitlandThree letters to the Duke of Wellington31015ocn065245377file18200.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandSketch of a petition to the Commons House of ParliamentHistory28011ocn065240513file18080.88Lauderdale, James MaitlandUeber National-Wohlstand25415ocn065345314file17960.86Lauderdale, James MaitlandA letter on the present measures of finance in which the bill now depending in Parliament is particularly consideredHistory23811ocn065346204file17990.84Lauderdale, James MaitlandPlan for altering the manner of collecting a large part of the public revenue with a short statement of the advantages to be derived from it22011ocn065336810file17960.84Lauderdale, James MaitlandThe substance of a speech made in the House of Peers on ... May 13, 1796, on the subject of the national financesHistory1989ocn065238238file18140.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandA letter on the corn laws1969ocn065248126file18120.88Lauderdale, James MaitlandThe depreciation of the paper currency of Great Britain proved1849ocn065237160file18090.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandAn inquiry into the practical merits of the system for the government of India, under the superintendence of the Board of Controul [sic]History1679ocn065239622file18050.92Lauderdale, James MaitlandThoughts on the alarming state of the circulation and on the means of redressing the pecuniary grievances in Ireland1647ocn065238131com18040.92Lauderdale, James MaitlandObservations by the Earl of Lauderdale on the review of his Inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth, published in the VIIIth number of the Edinburgh review16112ocn065248178file18210.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandSketch of an address to His Majesty submitted to the consideration of all who wish to call the attention of their sovereign and of Parliament to the real grievances under which the nation is now suffering16010ocn000169557book19620.66Lauderdale, James MaitlandAn inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth1528ocn065251643com18200.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandSubstance of the Earl of Lauderdale's speech in the House of Lords on moving for copies of despatches, &c., explanatory of Sir Thomas Maitland's conduct as Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands1516ocn065251921com18200.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandSubstance of the Earl of Lauderdales's speech in the House of Lords, on Thursday, the 2d of November, 1820 on the second reading of the bill, entitled, An act to deprive Her Majesty, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, of the titles, prerogatives, rights, privileges, and exemptions of Queen Consort of this realm, and to dissolve the marriage between His Majesty and the said Caroline Amelia Elizabeth1497ocn065239310file18050.90Lauderdale, James MaitlandHints to the manufacturers of Great Britain on the consequences of the Irish Union, and the system since pursued, or borrowing in England, for the service of IrelandHistory252090ocn065337431com17960.79Burke, EdmundA letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present sessions of ParliamentHistoryRecords and correspondenceThis response to Parliament's objection to Burke's state pension is the height of the master of prosaic irony4958ocn000399608book19560.70Paglin, MortonMalthus & Lauderdale; the anti-Ricardian tradition3045ocn070769064file19950.76Lauderdale, James MaitlandLauderdale's notes on Adam Smith's Wealth of NationsFirst Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company+-+49377606953241449ocn065240716com18060.88Fox, Charles JamesThe state of the negotiation with details of its progress and causes of its termination, in the recall of the Earl of LauderdaleHistory1354ocn065257679com18310.90Burke, EdmundA letter from the late Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, 17961324ocn065247414file18190.90Williams, Charles WyeExposure of the fallacies contained in the letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P with remarks on the late auspicious change in the sentiments of the Earl of Lauderdale on paper currencyRecords and correspondence1152ocn085879454com17920.73Burke, EdmundTraduction d'un article iserè dans l'Evening Mail (Malle du Soir) de Londres, du lundi 17 ou mercredi 19 Sept. 17921122ocn085864638com17960.73Burke, EdmundLettre de Mr. Burke à un noble lord sur les attaques dirigées contre lui dans la Chambre des Pairs par le Duc de Bedford et le Comte de Lauderdale dans la session actuelle du Parlement1022ocn024174931book19910.73Henry Thorton (1760-1815), Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), James Lauderdale (1759-1839), Simonde de Sismondi (1773-1842)103ocn669198259com17760.86She is and she is not: a fragment of the true history of Miss Caroline De Grosberg, alias Mrs. Potter, &c. &c. exhibiting a series of uncommon artifices and intrigues in the course of her transactions with the Earl of Lauderdale ... Compiled from papers of undeniable authenticity, and dedicated to Mrs. M-t C-e R-ddTrials, litigation, etc101ocn017139204book17960.76Burke, EdmundStrictures on Mr. Burke's Letter to a noble lord on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and Lord Lauderdale62ocn812138656com18850.73Lauderdale peerage [Letters and documents relating to the Lauderdale peerage claims]41ocn049866830book17960.97Burke, EdmundA letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord on the attacks made upon him and his person, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford, and the Earl of Lauderable, early in the present sessions of Parliament31ocn030422214book17970.96Great BritainMinutes of the evidence given before the Committee of privileges, to whom the petition of James Earl of Lauderdale, relative to the return of the sixteen peers chosen for Scotland, stands referred. Ordered to be printed 22d February 179731ocn228743971book17950.76Gifford, JohnA letter to the Earl of Lauderdale Containing strictures on His Lordship's letters, to the peers of Scotland. By John Gifford, EsqHistory31ocn049425565book17960.63Gentz, Friedrich vonEdmund Burkes Rechtfertigung31ocn270840445visu17950.81Gillray, JamesPatriotic regeneration, - viz. - Parliament re-form'd, a la Francoise, - that is - honest men (i.e. - opposition.) in the seat of justiceCaricatures and cartoons21ocn270840458visu17950.47Gillray, JamesLight expelling darkness, - evaporation of stygian exhalations, or, The sun of the constitution, rising superior to the clouds of oppositionCaricatures and cartoons21ocn053867013book1796Burke, EdmundLettre du très-honorable Edmond Burke à un noble lord : sur les attaques dirigées contre lui & contre sa pension dans la Chambre des pairs par le duc de Bedford et le comte de Lauderdale21ocn701809997visu17941.00Sayers, JamesBrissot citoyen actif & sans culotteCaricatures and cartoons+-+4937760695324Fri Mar 21 16:10:01 EDT 2014batch29952