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Thomas Whately
Whateley, Thomas
Whately, Thomas
Whately, Thomas (English writer, garden designer, and politican, ca. 1728-1772)
Dates: 
1726-1772
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Almon, John (1737-1805))
Grenville, George (1712-1770))
Jombert, Charles-Antoine (1712-1784))
Knox, William (1732-1810))
Latapie, François de Paule (1739-1823))
Mein, John
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Whately, Richard (1787-1863))
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art de former les jardins modernes ou L'art des jardins anglais, L'
Considerations on the trade and finances of this kingdom,and on the measures of administration with respect to those great national objects since the conclusion of the peace
controversy between Great Britain and her colonies reviewed, The : the several pleas of the colonies, in support of their right to all the liberties and privileges of British subjects, and to exemption from the legislative authority of parliament : stated and considered, and the nature of their connection with and dependence on Great Britain, shewn upon the evidence of historical facts and authentic records.
Mémoire sur l'administration des finances de l'Angleterre, depuis la paix Ouvrage attribué à M. Grenville, Ministre d'Etat, chargé de ce département dans les années 1763, 1764 & 1765. Traduit de l'Anglois, et augmenté de notes, de sommaires & d'une table des sommaires, ainsi que d'une introduction qui contient une idée du revenu & des dettes de l'Angleterre, & une analyse du mémoire, & qui est suivie de l'état de la dette nationale au 5 Janvier 1767. Tome premier.
Observations on modern gardening, illustrated by descriptions
Practical observations on the cure of wounds and ulcers on the legs without rest; illustrated with cases. By Thomas Whately.
Present state of the Nation: particularly with respect to its trade, finances, &c. &c. addressed to the King and both Houses of Parliament., The
Regulations lately made concerning the colonies and the taxes imposed upon them considered
Remarks on some of the characters of Shakespeare
Remarks on some of the characters of Shakespere
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