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0000 0000 7373 2799
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Grey, Charles
Grey, Charles Baron
Grey, Charles Earl Grey
Grey, Charles Grey
Grey, Charles Grey (2d Earl)
Grey, Charles Grey (comte)
Grey, Charles Grey (Earl)
Grey (Lord)
Howick
Howick, Charles Grey (Viscount)
Howick (Lord)
Howick (Viscount)
Dates: 
1764-1845
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Francis, Philip Sir, 1740-1818
Great Britain Prime Minister (1830-1834 : Grey) (see also from)
Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville Baron, 1759-1834
Grey, Henry George Grey Earl, 1802-1894
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Romilly, Samuel Sir, 1757-1818
Society for the Diffusion of Information on the Subject of Capital Punishments
Taylor, Herbert Sir, 1775-1839
William IV, King of Great Britain (1765-1837)
Williamson, Will
Wooler, T. J. (1786?-1853)
Wooler, Thomas Jonathan (1786?-1853)
Titles: 
Charles Grey, Earl Grey, correspondence
Have at them. Tallyho! Hark to Fair Play. Tallyho! : containing intercepted correspondence, a scene from Raising the wind, or, A new way to get breakfast, &c. &c.
letter from Sir Philip Francis, K.B., to Lord Viscount Howick on the state of the East India Company., A
letter to Earl Grey, on the subject of the adjustment of the House of peers., A
reform act, 1832; the correspondence of the late Earl Grey with His Majesty King William IV. and with Sir Herbert Taylor, from Nov. 1830 to June 1832;, The
Society of the Friends of the People (Gt. Brit.). Authentic copy of a petition ... 1793:
Speech of the Right Honourable Viscount Howick in the House of Commons on Thursday, March 26th, 1807 : stating the circumstances which led to the change of administration.
Speeches of Earl Grey and Lord Grenville, in the House of Lords, April 2, 1813, in the debate upon Sir Samuel Romilly's bill for abolishing the punishment of death for privately stealing to the amount of five shillings from a shop.
speeches of earl Grey, on the second reading of the Reform Bill in the House of Lords., The
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson). Message from the President of the United States, containing his communication to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the tenth Congress, 1807:
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