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Ankland (my lord)
Auckland, William E.
Auckland, William Eden, (,)
Auckland, William Eden, (Baron,)
Aukland, William E.
Aukland, William Eden
E----, William Eden
Eden Auckland, William
Eden, William (Baron Auckland)
Eden, William van
W---- E----, William Eden
Auchmuty, James Johnston
Great Britain. House of Lords
Holland, Henry Richard Vassall Baron, 1773-1840
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Phillip, Arthur (1738-1814)
Stockdale, John (Londen)
Considerations submitted to the people of Ireland on Their Present Condition with Regard to Trade and Constitution. In answer to a pamphlet, lately published, entitled, "observations on the Mutiny Bill, &c."
Einige Anmerkungen über die scheinbaren Umstände des Kriegs in der *. -
Etat du commerce et des finances de la Grande-Bretagne. -
fifth letter to the Earl of Carlisle from William Eden, Esq. on population; on certain revenue laws and regulations connected with the Interests of Commerce; and on public oeconomy, A
Four letters to the Earl of Carlisle from William Eden, Esq. On certain Perversions of Political Reasoning; and on the Nature, Progress, and Effect of Party Spirit and of parties. On the present Circumstances of the War between Great Britain and the combined Powers of France and Spain. On the Public Debts; on the Public Credit; and on the Means of raising Supplies. On the Representations of Ireland respecting a Free-Trade. To which is added a fifth letter, On Population; on certain Revenue Laws and Regulations connected with the Interests of Commerce; and on Public Oeconomy
Henry Fox and William Eden draft structure of the Anglo-American Treaty of 1806
Henry Fox and William Eden short outlines of the proposed structure of the Anglo-American Treaty of 1806
history of New Holland. -, The
Journal and correspondance
Journal and Correspondence of William, Lord Auckland, The
Letter to the Earl of Carlisle from the Right Honourable William Eden, on the subject of the late arrangement
letter to the Earl of Carlisle from William Eden, Esq. on the representations of Ireland, respecting a free trade, A
Letters from the Right Honourable W---- E---- on the late political arrangement, to the Earl of Carlisle, Lord North, Hon. C.J. Fox, John Lee, Esq. Mr. W. Woodfall, Duke of Portland, Lord Loughborough, R. B. Sheridan, Esq. J. Wedgwood, Esq. William Adam, Esq
Missive van Mylord Auckland aan den heere griffier Fagel. Exhibitum ter vergadering den 5 Maart 1793.
Principles of penal law.
Réflexions sur le seul moyen de terminer la guerre En forme de supplément aux Remarques sur les circonstances de la guerre, telles qu'elles paroissent etre au 24 Octobre, 1795
Remarques sur les circonstances de la guerre telles qu'elles paraissent etre dans la quatrieme semaine du mois d'octobre 1795
rights of Ireland by an English secretary to a Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with remarks by a wild Irishman, The
Some Remarks on the Apparent Circumstances of the War in the Fourth Week o*. -
Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war in the fourth week of October 1795
Substance d'un discours, etc. etc
Substance d'un discours prononcé par Lord Auckland, dans la Chambre des pairs, le mardi, 8 janvier, 1799, sur la troisieme lecture du 'bill pour accorder certains droits sur le revenu.'
substance of a speech made by Lord Auckland in the house of peers, On Tuesday, the 8th Day of January, 1799, On the third reading of the 'bill for granting certain duties upon income', The
substance of a speech made by Lord Auckland, on Monday the second day of May, 1796 on the occasion of a motion made by the Marquis of Lansdown, The
substance of the following speech, delivered by Lord Auckland in the House of Lords, on Friday, 20th March 1801, on the Earl of Darnley's motion, having comprehended several statements of figures, and some other subjects, of a nature necessary to be reported with accuracy, is offered here with more correctness and detail than could otherwise be obtained., The
Substance of the speech of Lord Auckland, in the House of Peers, April 11, 1799, on the proposed address to His Majesty : respecting the resolutions adopted by the two houses of Parliament, as the basis of an union between Great Britain and Ireland.
Substance of the speeches of Lord Auckland in the House of Lords, May 16th and 23d, 1800; in support of the bill for the punishment and more effectual prevention of the crime of adultery
supplement to Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the war In the Fourth Week of October, 1795; or, reflexions on the only means of terminating the war, A
Supplement to Some remarks on the apparent circumstances ofthe war.
Testament politique de l'ann*. -
Three letters to the Earl of Carlisle from William Eden Esq. On certain perversions of political reasoning; and on the Nature, Progress, and Effect of Party Spirit and of Parties. On the present circumstances of the war between Great Britain and the combined France and Spain. On the public debts, on the public credit, and on the means of raising supplies
Voyage of governor Phillip to Botany Bay; with an account of the establishment of the colonies of Port Jackson &d Norfolk Island; compiled from authentic papers ... To which are added, the Journals of Shortland, Watts, Ball ..
voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay: with contributions by other officers of the First Fleet and observations on affairs of the time by Lord Auckland;, The
William Eden, Baron Auckland, correspondence
William Eden, Baron Auckland papers
William Eden draft of portions of the Anglo-American Treaty of 1806
William Eden letter
William Eden preamble to the Anglo-American Treaty of 1806