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Dundas, Henri
Dundas, Henry
Dundas, Henry (Vicomte de Melville)
Dundas, Henry (Viscount Melville)
Dundass, Henry
Melville, Henry D.
Melville, Henry Dundas
Melville, Henry Dundas (1st Viscount)
Melville, Henry Dundas (vicomte)
Melville, Henry Dundas (Viscount)
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1742-1811
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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Ingram, Edward
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Paine, Thomas (1737-1809)
Perceval, Spencer (1762-1812)
Shore, John
Tierney, George (1761-1830)
Wellesley, Richard Colley Wellesley 1st marquess (1760-1842)
Wellesley, Richard Wellesley Marquess, 1760-1842
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Articles exhibited by the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, against Henry Lord Viscount Melville, in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors.
compendious report of the trial of Henry Viscount Melville, upon the impeachment of the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament assembled, for high crimes and misdemeanors., A
Heads of the speech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas in the House of Commons, February 25, 1793, on stating the affairs of the East India Company
Henry Dundas and Robert Saunders Dundas papers, 1st and 2d Viscounts Melville
Historical View of plans for the government of British India and regulation of trade to the East Indies and outline of a plan of foreign government, of commercial oeconomy and of domestic administration for the Asiatic interests of Great Britain
Letter from Gabriel Snodgrass, Esq. to the Right Honorable Henry Dundas ... and to the ... chairman ... of the East-India Company on the mode of improving the Navy of Great Britain ....
Letter from... Henry Dundas to the chairman, deputy chairman and court of directors of the Indian debts
letter from Mr. Paine to Mr. Secretary Dundas, A : on his opening the debate in the House of Commons, on the proclamation of the 25th of May, for suppressing publications, &c. wherein is answered the cavils of other court-parasites against his Rights of man, interesting to every American.
letter from the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville to the Earl of Aberdeen, A : relative to the management of the civil service of the navy.
letter from the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville to the Right Hon. Spencer Percival, A : relative to the establishment of a naval arsenal at Northfleet.
Letter to Mr. Henry Dundas
Letter to the Right Hon. Henry Dundass [sic], Secretary of State for the Home Department
letter to the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, on the situation of the East India Company, A
Letter to the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, one of His Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, &c. &c. &c. from the Committee of Buyers of East-India Piece Goods for Home Consumption, respecting the prohibition of India muslins
Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melville, Secretary of State and Keeper of His Majesty's Signet for Scotland
Letters from the R. H. Henry Dundas to the Chair man of the court of direc*. -
Letters from the Right Hon. Henry Dundas to the chairman of the court of directors of the East-India Company :upon an open trade with India
letters of Lady Anne Barnard to Henry Dundas, from the Cape and elsewhere, 1793-1803, together with her Journal of a tour into the interior, and certain other letters., The
Opinions of the late Lord Melville and Marquis Wellesley upon an open trade to India.
Opinions of the late Lord Mevil and Marq. Wellesley upon an open trade t*. -
Private record of an Indian governor-generalship. The Correspondence of Sir John Shore, governor-general, with Henry Dundas, president of the board of control, 1793-1798, edited with an introduction and notes, by Holden Furber, The
Some account of a very seditious book, lately found upon Wimbledon common by one of His Majesty's secretaries of state : with a commentary by the right hon. gentleman, and notes by the editors.
Strictures on the tenth report of the Commissioners of Naval Enquiry
Substance of the speech of the Rev. Henry Dundas on the british government*. -
Substance of the speech of the Right Hon. Henry Dundas, in the House of Commons ... Feb. 7 1799, on the subject of the legislative union with Ireland
Substance of the speech of the Right Hon. Henry Dundas in the House of Commons, on the British government and trade in the East-Indies, April 23, 1793.
Substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Henry Dundas on the British government and trade in the East Indies April 23, 1793.
Substance of the speeches of Henry Dundas on His Majesty's message, for declining to treat at present with France, and the objections to an inquiry into the late expedition to Holland, with a preface touching briefly on the state of affairs
To the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melville, first lord commissioner of the admiralty
trial, by impeachment, of Henry Lord Viscount Melville, for high crimes and misdemeanors, before the House of Peers, in Westminster Hall, between the 29th day of April and the 17th of May, 1806, The : to which is prefixed, a sketch of the life and political character of His Lordship, and a complete account of the proceedings in Parliament relative to the charges on which the impeachment was founded.
trial, by impeachment, of Henry, Lord Viscount Melville, for high crimes and misdemeanours, before the House of Lords, The : carefully collected from impartial reports of the whole proceedings, with every argument and every fact, necessary to put the reader into ample possession of the whole.
trial of Henry, Lord Viscount Melville, before the Right Honorable the House of Peers, in Westminister Hall, in full Parliament, The : for high crimes and misdemeanors upon an impeachment, by the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland : begun the 19th day of April 1806, and from thence continued by several adjournments until the 12th day of June 1806
Two letters addressed to the Right Hon. Henry Dundas and the Hon. Henry Hobart on the conduct adopted respecting the Colchester petition
Two letters, &c.
Two views of British India: the private correspondence of Mr. Dundas and Lord Wellesley, 1798-1801;
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