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Mahon, Charles
Mahon, Charles Stanhope (Viscount)
Mahon (Lord)
Mountmorres, Charles Stanhope (Viscount)
Stanhope (3rd Earl)
Stanhope, Charles
Stanhope, Charles (comte)
Stanhope, Charles Mahon
Stanhope, Charles of
Stanhope, Charles S.
Stanhope, Charles Stanhope
Stanhope, Charles Stanhope (Earl)
Stanhope (Earl)
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1753-1816
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Crusius, Siegfried Lebrecht (1737-1824)
Elmsley, Peter (1736-1802))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Seeger, Johann Friedrich
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Earl Stanhope's Protest : House of Lords, Tuesday, January 6, 1795 : after making the following motion, "Resolved, that this country ... will not interfere in the internal affairs of France" ...
Letter from earl stanhope, to the right honourable edmund burke containing a short answer to his late speech on the french revolution
Lettre du comte Stanhope à l'honorable Edmond Burke, contenant une courte réponse à son discours sur la Révolution de France
Lord Mahons Grundsätze der Elektrizität
Observations on Mr. Pitt's plan, for the reduction of the national debt
Principes d'électricité, contenant plusieurs théorêmes appuyés par des expériences nouvelles, avec une analyse des avantages supérieurs des conducteurs élevés et pointus ...
Principles of electricity.
Principles of the science of tuning : instruments with fixed tones
Protest
Remarks on Mr. Brydone's account of a remarkable thunder-storm in Scotland. By the Right Honourable Charles Earl Stanhope, F.R.S. Read at the Royal Society, Feb. 15, 1787
rights of juries defended, The : together with authorities of law in support of those rights and the objections to Mr. Fox's libel bill refuted
Speech of earl stanhope in the house of lords on thursday the 20th of february, 1800, in support of his motion for peace with the french republic wherein he shews the ruinous tendency of the war, drawn from authentic documents, published by george rose, secretary of the treasury, with a comparative view of the resources and taxes of great britain and france ; also, seven reasons for discontinuing the war as the best means of supplying the people with bread
Substance of Earl Stanhope's speech, delivered from the chair, at a meeting of citizens, at the Crown and Anchor, on the 4th of February 1795 To celebrate the happy event of the late trials, for supposed high treason; and published at the request of the meeting. Also the resolutions of the meeting: and the toasts. Together with an appendix, By Earl Stanhope, respecting the trial by jury.
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