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0000 0000 3476 3912
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Hunt, H.
Hunt, Henry
Hunt, Henry (Mr)
Hunt, Henry ((politician))
Dates: 
1773-1835
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Addison, John (1791-1859)
Bridle, William
Great Britain. Assizes (Lancashire)
Great Britain. Assizes (York)
Johnson, Joseph (of Manchester.)
Pedder, Thomas Bailiff of the borough of Preston
Protheroe, Edward
Romilly, Samuel (1757-1818; Sir))
Shillibear, H. B.
Shillibeer, H. B.
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Address to all those who wish to preserve their country from the horrors of a sanguinary revolution wherein is introduced, the resolutions entered into at a meeting held at the trout-tavern, bristol, on the 2d of june, 1807, the letter of sir f. burdett, bart. m.p. to the president of the above meeting
Address to the public of the City of Bristol, by H. Hunt, Esq in answer to an anonymous letter, signed, Centinel, which appeared in the Bristol Western Star, on Friday, August 21, 1807
Chap books.
Corn laws speech of the late henry hunt, esq., in the house of commons, on thursday, september 15, 1831
Final examination and committal of Henry Hunt, Esq. together with Messrs. Johnson, Saxton, Moorhouse, and others who were confined in the New Bailey Prison, Manchester, on a pretended charge of high treason
Impartial report of the proceedings in the cause of the king versus henry hunt, joseph johnson, john knight, james moorhouse, joseph healey, john thacker saxton, robert jones, samuel bamford, george swift, and robert wilde for a conspiracy tried before mr. justice bayley, and a special jury, at york spring assizes, on the 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st, ssd, 23d, 24th, 25th, and 27th of march, 1820
independent address to the electors of Bristol, upon the state of the representation of the people with free remarks upon the present candidates, Sir Samuel Romilly, Edw. Protheroe, Esq., Richard Hart Davis, Esq., Henry Hunt, Esq, An
Investigation at Ilchester Gaol, in the county of Somerset, into the conduct of William Bridle, the gaoler, before the commissioners appointed by the Crown
Lecture on the conduct of the Whigs, to the working classes delivered at Lawrence Street Chapel, Birmingham, on Wednesday, October 31st, 1832
Letter from Mr. Hunt to Mr. West
Mayor and bailiffs of the Borough of Preston versus Henry Hunt
Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq
Mr. Hunt's letter to the king upon the intended civic feast.
opening speech and reply of James Scarlett, Esq., upon the trial of Henry Hunt and others, for a misdemeanour at York, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Bayley, on the 16th of March 1820 and several following days, The
"Orator" Hunt, 1985:
Peep into a prison, or, the inside of ilchester bastile
Report of the meeting held in Smithfield, on Wednesday July 21, 1819 to consider of the best means of recovering our lost rights, A
Report of the trial of a cause Addison and others versus Hunt : Mr. Hunt's speech verbatim : with an appendix sanctioned by the Committee ... Lancaster nisi prius court, Saturday, March 15, 1834 before Mr. Justice Alderson and a common jury ...
To the radical reformers, male and female, of England, Scotland, and Ireland
Westminister election - a correct report of the proceedings of the meeting ... on June 1, 1818 by that part of the electors of Westminster, who advocate annual Parliaments, universal suffrage, and vote by ballot, to take into consideration and adopt the best means to secure the election of Henry Hunt, Esq. to represent that city in Parliament, with the eloquent and admirable speech at length of Mr. Gale Jones.
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