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0000 0000 8268 0142
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Burdett, F.
Burdett, F. (Sir)
Burdett, Francis
Burdett, Francis (Sir)
Sir Francis Burdett
Dates: 
1770-1844
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Duchâtel, Tanneguy Comte, 1803-1867
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench
Maddock, Henry -1824
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Morris, Arthur
Senior, Nassau William (1790-1864)
Sydenham, Charles Edward Poulett Thomson Baron, 1799-1841
University of Oxford Affiliation (see also from)
Wilmot-Horton, Robert Sir, 1784-1841
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Address of sir francis burdett to his constituents in a letter, dated march 23, denying the power of the house of commons to imprison the people of england
Correct report of the speech delivered by sir francis burdett, bart. in the house of commons, on ... the 13th of march, 1809 on the conduct of h.r.h. the duke of york
Green bag! sir francis burdett's celebrated green bag speech delivered in the house of commons, on thursday, june 22d, 1820, in the debate on the charges, against, and treatment of, her majesty queen caroline
inquiry into the causes and remedies of pauperism, An
Memoirs of the life of Sir Francis Burdett, Baronet including a faithful narrative of the whole proceedings in the House of Commons on the question of his commitment to the Tower, for publishing a letter to his constituents, with the speeches of the members on the same, together with a particular account of his being taken and lodged in the Tower, and of the persons killed and wounded on the return of the military
Plan of reform proposed by sir francis burdett correctly reported in two speeches delivered in parliament, recommending an inquiry into the state of the representation
Proceedings in an action brought by Arthur Morris, Esq. against Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. in the Court of King's Bench before Lord Elleborough and a special jury on the 22d of February 1808, and on the motion for a new trial on the 6th of May 1808 : by order of the committee who conducted the election for Westminster in 1807.
Sir F. Burdett's address to the electors of Westminster vindicated, in reply to venal prints
Sir Francis Burdett's address to the Prince Regent to which is prefixed the speech upon that occasion, and to which is subjoined the speech of Lord Cochrane
Trial of sir francis burdett, on a charge of publishing a seditious and malicious libel against his majesty's government including the baronet's very eloquent defence at full length which lasted nearly four hours tried at leicester, march 22, 1820, before mr. justice best and a special jury
vindication of the privileges of the House of Commons, A
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