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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., The
inquiry into the causes and remedies of pauperism, An
Parliamentary reform. The speech of Sir Francis Burdett, bart. in the House of commons, on Tuesday, May 20, 1817; in which he moved for a committee to inquire into the state of the representation of the country: but which motion was negatived ...
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, 1807.
Sir Francis Burdett's address to the Prince Regent : as proposed in the House of Commons, at the opening of the session, on the 7th of Jan. 1812 : to which is prefixed the speech upon that occasion : and to which is subjoined the speech of Lord Cochrane, who seconded the motion.
Sir Francis Burdett to his constituents : denying the power of the House of Commons to imprison the people of England.
speech (at length) of Sir Francis Burdett, bart., in the House of commons, on Monday, the 12th April, 1802, on his motion for instituting an enquiry, into the conduct of His Majesty's late ministers., The
substance of the speech delivered by Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. in the House of Commons, on Thursday, the first day of July, 1819, on the subject of parliamentary reform., The
trial of Sir Francis Burdett, bart. at Leicester on Thursday, March 23d, 1820, before Mr. Justice Best and a special jury., The
vindication of the privileges of the House of Commons, A
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