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Harley (Mr)
Harley of Wigmore, Robert
Harley of Wigmore, Robert (Baron)
Harley, Robert
Harley, Robert (comte d'Oxford)
Harley, Robert (Earl of Oxford)
Harley, Robert (Mr)
Harleyus, Robertus
Mortimer, Robert Harley (Earl)
Oxford And Mortimer, Robert Harley
Oxford and Mortimer, Robert Harley of
Oxford, Robert Harley
Oxford, Robert Harley (Earl of)
Oxford, Robert of
Robin (pseudonym)
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1661-1724
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Defoe, Daniel (1661?-1731)
Great Britain. House of Commons
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Moore, A. (16..-17.. libraire)
Morphem, John (Londen)
Morton, Charles (1716-1799)
Oxford, Edward Harley Earl of, 1689-1741
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Wanley, Humphrey (1672-1726)
Ward, Richard
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Additional articles of impeachment against Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer
answer of Robert earl of Oxford and earl Mortimer, to the Articles exhibited by the knights, citizens and burgesses in parliament assembled ... in maintenance of their impeachments against him for high treason ... supposed to have been by him committed., The
answer of Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, to the articles exhibited by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled in the name of themsleves and of all the commons of Great Britain, in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high treason and other high crimes and misdemeanors, supposed to have been by him committed., The
answer of Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer to the articles of impeachment exhibited by the Knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled, ... in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high treason, .., The
Articles of impeachment of high-treason and misdemeanors against Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, July 9. 1715. With his Lordship's answer, paragraph by paragraph. To which is added, A short state of the late war and peace
Articles of impeachment of high treason, and other high crimes and misdemeanors, against Robert, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer.
Calendar of the manuscripts of the Marquis of Bath, 1904:
catalogue of the Harleian collection of manuscripts, purchased by authority of Parliament, for the use of the publick, and preserved in the British Museum, A
catalogue of the Harleian manuscripts in the British Museum. With indexes of persons, places, and matters., A
Catalogus librorum mss. Bibliothecae Harleianae
Essay towards the history of the last ministry and Parliament [MI] 1710:, An
essay upon public credit, An : being an enquiry how the publick credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of parliaments, and whether it does so or no? : with an argument, proving that the public credit may be upheld and maintained in this nation, and perhaps brought toa greater height than it ever yet arrived at, though all the changes or dissolutions already made, pretended to, and now discoursed of, should come to pass in the world
essay upon public credit being an enquiry how the public credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no? With an argument, Proving that the public credit may be upheld and maintained in this Nation, and perhaps brought to a greater Height than it ever yet arrived at; though all the Changes or Dissolutions already made, pretended to, and now discoursed of, should come to pass in the World: By Robert Harley, Esq. afterwards earl of oxford, and lord high treasurer of Great Britain; First printed, 1710. With short historical notes, explaining the difficult Passages, An
Fautes des deux côtés
Fautes des deux cotez : par rapport à ce qui s'est passé depuis peu en Angleterre
Impartial secret history of Arlus, Fortunatus, and Odolphus, The
letter from Robin, of notable memory, to his friend the occasional writer, A
repertorie of records, The : remaining in the 4 treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster : the two remembrancers of the Exchequer : with a briefe introductiue index of the records of the Chancery and Tovver : whereby to giue the better direction to the records abouesaid : as also, a most exact calender of all those records of the Tovver, in which are contayned and comprised whatsoever may giue satisfaction to the searcher, for tenure or tytle of any thing.
secret history of Arlus and Odolphus, minister of state to the empress of Grandinsula, The : in which are discover'd the labour'd artifices formerly us'd for the removal of Arlus, and the true causes of his late restoration, upon the dismission of Odolphus and the quinquinvirate : humbly offer'd to those good people of Grandinsula, who have not yet done wond'ring, why the princess wou'd change so notable a ministry.
secret history of Arlus and Odolphus, ministers of state to the Empress of Grandinsula. In which are discover'd the labour'd artifices formerly us'd for the removal of Arlus, and the true causes of his late restoration, upon the dismission of Odolphus and the Quinquinvirate., The
The manuscripts of His Grace the Duke of Portland, preserved at Welbeck abbey ..., ...
Three letters sent, two from Her Most Gracious Majesty, viz. one to the Princess Sophia, the other to the Duke of Cambridge; and one from the Lord High Treasurer to the Duke of Cambridge; relating to his coming over to England
tower conference being a dialogue between Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer; and Sir W. P-le, a Knight of Devon. On the subject of the Earl's approaching tryal. Containing many historical as well as political passages, A
tryal of Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer upon the impeachment of the House of Commons exhibited against him for high treason, and other High Crimes and Misdeameanours. Begun in Westminster - Hall on Monday the 24th day of June 1717, and from thence continued, by several Adjournments, to the First Day of July following. With The Proceedings relating to the said Tryal. Published by order of the House of Peers, The
whole proceedings against Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer. Containing, I. A View of His Conduct after the Death of the Queen. II. Speeches in the House of Lords for Impeaching Him. III. His Lordship's Speeches in Defence of Himself. IV. The Articles of Impeachment against Him, and His Lordship's Answer thereunto. V. The Replication of the Honourable House of commons to His Lordship's Answer. VI. The Debates in both Houses of Parliament relating to this Case, and the Cases of all the Impeach'd Lords, The
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