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Bath, William Pulteney
Bath, William Pulteney (Earl of)
Caleb d'Anvers (pseudonym)
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Freeholder
Freeholder, A (pseudonym)
Member of Parliament
Member of the House of Commons
Pulteney, William
Pulteny, William
Worthy, Will
Dates: 
1684-1764
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Amhurst, Nicholas (1697-1742)
Anvers, Caleb d' (see also from)
Cheyne, William (17..-17.. imprimeur)
D'Anvers, Caleb (see also from)
Douglas, John (1721-1807)
Egmont, John Perceval Earl of, 1711-1770
Force, Peter (1790-1868)
Haines, H. (Londen)
Haines, Henry (16..?-17.. imprimeur)
Member of parliament, a (see also from)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Parr, Richard (17..-17.. graveur)
Pulteney, William (see also from)
Rocque, John (1704?-1762)
Titles: 
Answer to one part of a late infamous libel, intitled, Remarks on the Craftsman's vindication of his two honourable patrons; in which the character and conduct of Mr. P. [Pulteney] is fully vindicated. In a letter to the most noble author..., An
Answer to the considerations, occasioned by the Craftsman upon excise, so far as it relates to the tobacco trade, An
Bob-Lynn against Franck-Lynn, or, A full history of the controversies and dissentions in the family of the Lynn's, 1732
bolingbroke
carteret
Case of the revival of the salt duty, fully statedand considered; with some remarks on the present state of affairs. In answer to a late pamphlet, intitled A Letter to a freeholder on the late reduction of the land-tax to one shilling in the pound. In a letter from a member of the House of Commons to a gentleman in the country, The
case of the revival of the salt duty, The : fully stated and considered : with some remarks on the present state of affairs, in answer to a late pamphlet, intitled A letter to a freeholder on the late reduction of the land-tax to one shilling in the pound
Case of the sinking fund, and the right of the public creditors to it considered at large, The
Case of the sinking fund, and the right of the publick creditors to it considered at large; with some farther observations on the national debts, the civil list, the bank contract, votes of credit, and other extraordinary grants of money. Being a defence of an Enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, and a full reply to a late pamphlet, intitled, Some considerations concerning the publick funds, &c. In a letter to the author, The
conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared, The : with an impartial review of public transactions since the resignation of the Right Honourable the Earl of Orford, and of the causes that immediately effected the same, to which is added remarks on the farther report of a certain committee in a letter to a friend.
Conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared. With an impartial review of public transactions since the resignation of... the earl of Orford; and of the causes that immediatly effected the same. To which is added, remarks on the farther report of a certain committee. In a letter to a friend, The
Conduct of the late and present ministry compared, The
Craftsman, being a critique on the times, by Caleb d'Anvers [Nicholas Amhurst, lord Bolingbroke and William Pulteney]. 3d edition, The
Effects to be expected from the East India bill, upon the Constitution of Great Britain, if passed into a law, by William Pulteney,..., The
eng. hist. rev.
Enquiry into the conduct of our domestic affairs, An
enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, from the year 1721, to Christmas 1733, An : in which the case of our national debts, the sinking fund, and all extraordinary grants of money are particularly consider'd : being a sequel to Politicks on both sides.
enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, from the year 1721, to the present time, An : in which the case of our national debts, the sinking fund, and all extraordinary grants of money are particularly consider'd : being a sequel to Politicks on both sides.
Exact copy of the late bill, for repealing several subsidies, and an impost, now payable on tobacco, &c.
Faction detected, by the evidence of facts : containing an impartial view of parties at home and affairs abroad.
humble address to the knights, citizens, and burgesses, 1734, An
Humble address to the knights, citizens and burgesses elected to represent the Commons of Great Britain in the ensuing Parliament, by a freeholder, An
late excise scheme dissected, or, An exact copy of the late bill, for repealing several subsidies, and an impost, now payable on tobacco, &c., The : with all the blanks filled up, as the probably would have been, if the bill had passed into a law; and proper observations on each paragraph; together with an introduction explaining the nature of our constitution, and the methods by which it may be overturned.
letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace, A : and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negociation.
letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace, A : and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negotiation.
Letter from a member of Parliament to a friend in the country concerning the sum of 115.000 l. granted for the service of the civil list... The 4th edition, A
letter from a member of Parliament to a friend in the country ... [MI] 1729, A
letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country, A : giving his reasons for opposing the farther extension of the excise laws, and shewing that had the late attempt succeeded, it had been destructive of Parliament and fatal to the Constitution.
letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country concerning the sum of 115,000 l., granted for the service of the civil list., A
Letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country, giving his reasons for opposing the farther extension of the excise laws..., A
letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country, upon the motion to address His Majesty to settle 100,000 £. per annum on His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, &c., in which the antient and modern state of civil list, and the allowance to the heir apparent, or presumptive, of the crown, are particularly consider'd., A
letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of ---- concerning the affair of Elizabeth Canning, A
memoirs of sir robert walpole
Plan of Shrewsbury
politicks on both sides, with regard to foreign affairs, stated from their own writings, and examined by the course of events., The : With some observations on the present state of affairs in Great Britain, and the effects of our negotiations, for several years past.
proper answer to the By-stander. Wherein is shewn I. That there is no necessity for, but infallible ruin in the maintenance of a large regular (or mercenary) land force in this island. II. That by keeping up a standing army for preventing an invasion, we shall at last render it certain and successful. III. That publick credit is now upon a more stable foundation than ever it was before the year 1734, and can be ruined by nothing but bad oeconomy, temporary expedients, and loss of trade. IV. That endeavouring to revive parties or factions long since extinguised, in order to divert the attention of the people from the present mischiefs or dangers, is a most wicked attemp. And V. That the weight of political power is now taken almost entirely from the popular and thrown into the regal scale., A
Proper reply to a late scurrilous libel intitled, A : Sedition and defamation display'd, in a letter to the author, by Caleb d'Anvers [William Pulteney]
proper reply to a late scurrilous libel; intitled, "Sedition and defamation display'd" (1731), A
proper reply to a late scurrilous libel intitled Sedition and defamation display'd, A : in a letter to the author
Reflections on the domestic policy.
Remarks on two pamphlets Lately publish'd, the one entituled, The defence of the measures of the present administration. And the other, considerations on the present state of affairs, with regard to the number of forces in the pay of Great-Britain. By Caleb D'Anvers, esquire, of Gray's-Inn.
Report from the committee appointed by order of the House of commons to examine Christopher Layer and others,... reported on the first of March, 1722, by... William Pulteney,... chairman of the said Committee, together with the appendixes containing examinations, letters and other papers..., A
Sabin
Second letter from a member of parliament to his friend in the country, concerning the sum of 115,000 l. granted to make good the Civil list revenue. Containing some remarks on the methods generally made use of in the passing our money-bills in the H. of C------. To which are added, some considerations on the advantages that must necessarily accrue ... from a strict observance of an act ... entituled, An Act to prevent bribery and corruption in the election of members to serve in Parliament ... Together with The Pacifick Fleet, A ; a new ballad. By the author of the first letter
second letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country ... [MI] 1729, A
Sedition and defamation display'd
Short view of the state of affairs, with relation to Great Britain for four years past, with some remarks on the treaty lately published, and a pamphlet intitled "Observations upon it", A
Some considerations on the national debts, the sinking fund, and the state of publick credit : in a letter to a friend in the country.
state of the national debt, as it stood December the 24th, 1716, A : with the payments made towards the discharge of it out of the sinking fund, &c., compared with the debt at Michaelmas, 1725.
To the Right Honourable William Baron of Hedon, Viscount of Pulteney of Wrington an Earl of Bath, this Plan of Shrewsbury
walpole
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