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Fri Mar 21 17:10:47 2014 UTClccn-n810599040.00Letters from John Gooding and others to the Earl of Egmont regarding the building of Enmore Castle including details of a number of properties in the area0.821.00A genuine copy of the tryal of J---- P------, Esq., [et]c., commonly call'd E--- of E----- : the reputed author of a pamphlet entituled An examination of the principles, &c. of the two b-----rs : try'd on Wednesday the 22d of February, at the Old-Bailey, for several high crimes and misdemeanours : on a Special Commission of Oyer and Terminer, directed to the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Truth, the Lord Chief Baron Reason, and Mr. Justice Honesty /33319379John_Perceval,_2nd_Earl_of_Egmontn 81059904605336Author of An examination of the principles, &cEgmont, John Perceval, 2d Earl ofEgmont, John Perceval, 2d Earl of, 1711-1770Egmont, John Perceval, Earl ofExamination of the principles, &c., Author ofHolland, John Perceval, Baron Lovel and, 1711-1770John PercevalJohn Perceval, Earl of EgmontLovel and Holland, John Perceval, Baron, 1711-1770Nobleman of the other kingdom, 1711-1770Perceval, John, Earl of EgmontPerceval, John, Earl of Egmont, 1711-1770lccn-n50081484Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-HollesDuke of1693-1768lccn-n90602593Pelham, Henry1695?-1754lccn-n81059903Bath, William PulteneyEarl of1684-1764lccn-n85067286Ruffhead, Owen1723-1769attnp-member of parliamentMember of Parliamentlccn-n81035544Bute, John StuartEarl of1713-1792lccn-n84136081Cox, RichardSir1702-1766lccn-n88021822Perceval, JohnEarl1683-1748lccn-n82126981Great BritainRoyal Commission on Historical Manuscriptslccn-no90012528Dorset, Lionel Cranfield SackvilleDuke of1688-1765Egmont, John PercevalEarl of1711-1770HistoryHumorSourcesGreat BritainPolitical scienceNewcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles,--Duke of,IrelandPelham, Henry,International relationsPolitical partiesEconomic historyDebts, PublicBute, John Stuart,--Earl of,Finance, PublicEuropeSeven Years' War (1756-1763)Wool industryExcise taxEgmont, John Perceval,--Earl of,Cider industryAlcoholic beverages--TaxationPear industryRepublicanismInternal revenueJacobitesTaxation of articles of consumptionBanks and bankingCommerceAustrian Succession, War of (1740-1748)Commercial policyTaxationNobilityPrecedencePublic land salesEnglandGermany--HanauTextile fabricsTariff on textile fabricsSocial classesDissenters, ReligiousPerceval, John,--Earl,FinanceTrials (Seditious libel)England and Wales.--ParliamentGreat Britain.--ParliamentTreatiesRepresentative government and representationTariffSocialismUnited StatesChurch and stateShippingPercival family1711177017311732173317391741174317441747174917501751175517561758175917611762176317641766176817701790180718861900196719691976198620052007200820102013871190559330HB151ocn661771694ocn767480680ocn661771714ocn767480675ocn434651909ocn063893452131872ocn065345932file17430.86Egmont, John PercevalFaction detected, by the evidence of facts containing an impartial view of parties at home, and affairs abroad104883ocn084807260com17490.81Egmont, John PercevalAn examination of the principles and an inquiry into the conduct, of the two b*****rs ; in regard to the establishment of their power and their prosecution of the war, 'till the signing of the preliminaries. In a letter to a Member of ParliamentHistory"The two b[rothe]rs" = Thomas Pelham Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle, and the Right Hon. Henry Pelham89344ocn083268122file17580.79Egmont, John PercevalThings as they areHistory47829ocn083300197com17490.81Egmont, John PercevalA second series of facts and arguments tending to prove, that the abilities of the two b-rs, are not more extraordinary than their virtues. In a letter to a Member of Parliament. By the author of An examination, of the principles, &cHistoryAn attack on Thomas Pelham Holles, Duke of Newcastle, and Henry Pelham, the two b-----rs43916ocn065348940file17560.84Egmont, John PercevalThoughts on the pernicious consequences of borrowing money with a proposal for raising a supply for the current service : and also for taking off part of our present load of taxes : to which are added, some estimates to shew the advantages that would arise from an equal land-tax : and also, a method proposed, for discharging the national debtHistory43516ocn065337304file17330.86Egmont, John PercevalThe nature of the present excise and the consequences of its farther extension, examined : in a letter to a member of Parliament39816ocn065347881file17500.79Egmont, John PercevalA representation of the state of the trade of Ireland laid before the House of Lords of England, on Tuesday the 10th of April, 1750, on occasion of a bill before that House, for laying a duty on Irish sail cloth imported into Great-Britain38425ocn065348731com17390.81Egmont, John PercevalThe question of the precedency of the peers of Ireland in England, fairly stated in a letter to an English lord3216ocn065350457com17630.84Ruffhead, OwenConsiderations on the present dangerous crisisHistory2749ocn065355222com17490.86Egmont, John PercevalAn occasional letter from a gentleman in the country, to his friend in town concerning the treaty negotiated at Hanau, in the year 1743, the manner in which it was rejected, and the fatal effects which that rejection has producedA discussion of the political policies of Thomas Pelham-Holles, and Henry Pelham25620ocn728290916file17310.66Egmont, John PercevalSome observations on the present state of Ireland, particularly with relation to the woollen manufacture. In a letter to His Excellency the Duke of Dorset21613ocn186543034file17330.76Egmont, John PercevalA full and fair discussion of the pretensions of the dissenters, to the repeal of the sacramental testHistorySources2058ocn065354739com17310.81Cox, RichardSome remarks on the conduct of the Parliament of England, as far as it relates to the woollen manufacture with some animadversions on the Free Briton's Remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Observations on the present state of Ireland1754ocn065348769file17630.86Egmont, John PercevalAn essay on the means of discharging the public debt in which the reasons for instituting a national bank, and disposing of the forest-lands, are more fully considered : with a method proposed of raising money to answer the expences of any future war, without creating new fundsHistory17012ocn065348543file17630.90Egmont, John PercevalA proposal for selling part of the forest lands and chaces and disposing of the produce towards the discharge of that part of the national debt, due to the Bank of England, and for the establishment of a national bank ... and also to defray the extraordinary expences of any war the nation shou'd hereafter engage in, without borrowingHistory1694ocn000924335book0.90Egmont, John PercevalManuscripts of the Earl of Egmont. Diary of Viscount Percival afterwards first Earl of EgmontHistorySources1516ocn065342445file17330.84Egmont, John PercevalThe thoughts of an impartial man upon the present temper of the nation offer'd to the consideration of the freeholders of Great-Britain1303ocn065354659file17310.93Cox, RichardSome observations on the present state of Ireland particularly with relation to the woollen manufacuture : in a letter to His Excellency the Duke of Dorset1129ocn745184468file17490.73Egmont, John PercevalA patriot's letter to the Duke of Dorset written in the year 1731. With a dedication to the Cork-Surgeon of the year 1749733ocn642311830file17630.70Egmont, John PercevalA proposal for selling part of the forest lands and chaces and disposing of the produce towards the discharge of that part of the national debt, due to the Bank of England ; and for the establishment of a national bank ; By which there wou'd be a Saving to the Public of One per Cent. on so much of the National Debt, as is immediately redeemable by Parliament. Which, with the Produce of the Sinking Fund, would, it is imagin'd, be sufficient to pay off the National Debt in a reasonable Time. And Also To defray the extraordinary Expences of any War the Nation shou'd hereafter engage in, without borrowing20610ocn065355216com17490.86Egmont, John PercevalA genuine copy of the tryal of J----- P------l, Esq., &c. commonly call'd E----- of E-------, the reputed author of a pamphlet entitled An examination of the principles, &c. of the two b-----rs try'd on Wednesday the 22d of February, at the Old-Bailey, for several high crimes and misdemeanours, on a special commission of Oyer and Terminer, directed to the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Truth, the Lord Chief Baron Reason, and Mr. Justice Honesty ...Humor812ocn508010069com17490.70A Genuine copy of the tryal of J-n P-al, Esq; &c. commonly call'd, Earl of E-nt. The reputed author of a pamphlet, entituled, An examination of the principles, &c. of the two B-----rs. Tryed, on Wednesday the 22d of February, at the Old Bailey, for several high crimes and misdemeanours, on a special commission of Oyer and Terminer. Directed to the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice truth, the Lord Chief Baron reason, and Mr. Justice honesty. Taken in short-hand by a Barrister at Law, and revis'd and publish'd by order of the judgesHumor653ocn744865802com17550.76REMARKSRemarks on the resignation of a noble lord633ocn003469611book19670.81Balsall, JohnAccounts of John Balsall, purser of the Trinity of Bristol, 1480-1HistoryBiographyDiariesSourcesRecords and correspondence613ocn745002721com17440.59The new opposition compared with the old in point of principles and practice. In which All the malevolent Aspersions scattered through a late bulky Performance, entitled, Faction Detected by the Evidence of Facts, Are fully Refuted, and the Friends of Liberty and Independancy clearly Vindicated71ocn030549447book17490.76Person of DistinctionA letter from a person of distinction to the Rt. Hon. J--- E--- of Eg---t. Occasioned by the publication of three late pamphlets, entitled, An examination of the principles, &c. &c. An occasional letter concerning the Treaty of Hanau, A second series of facts and arguments41ocn044755383book17500.97A Letter to Lord Eg---nt, on the dangerous ambition, and over-grown power of a certain m--is--r32ocn084942294book17490.47The conduct of the two b[rothe]rs vindicated : the Examiner's numerous contradictions and inconsistencies exemplify'd, &cExaminer is Perceval, 2nd Earl of Egmont21ocn192042522book17491.00A genuine copy of the tryal of J---- P------, Esq., [et]c., commonly call'd E--- of E----- : the reputed author of a pamphlet entituled An examination of the principles, &c. of the two b-----rs : try'd on Wednesday the 22d of February, at the Old-Bailey, for several high crimes and misdemeanours : on a Special Commission of Oyer and Terminer, directed to the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Truth, the Lord Chief Baron Reason, and Mr. Justice HonestyHumor21ocn751665667book2007Letters from John Gooding and others to the Earl of Egmont regarding the building of Enmore Castle including details of a number of properties in the areaHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence11ocn316447050visu17441.00Uain glory: : a pretty independent printCaricatures and cartoons11ocn701837582visu17431.00The H-----r t----p man come againCaricatures and cartoons11ocn701836398visu17471.00The cradle, or, No crazy babyCaricatures and cartoons11ocn074380633book17580.47Things set in a proper light being a full answer to a nobel author's misrepresentaiton of "Things as they are."11ocn054137629book17441.00The Conduct of the allies and the management of the war impartially examined ...11ocn221336833visu1807Freeman, SamuelJhon [i.e. John] Perceval, second Earl of EgmontPortraits11ocn221140992visuJosey, RichardJohn, Earl of Egmont and his CountessPortraits11ocn848573883com17490.47A genuine copy of the tryal of J----- P------l, Esq., &c., commonly call'd, E----- of E-------, the reputed author of a pamphlet, entituled, An examination of the principles, &c. of the two B-----rs, try'd on Wednesday the 22d of February, at the Old-Bailey, for several high crimes and misdemeanours,on a Special Commission of Oyer and Terminer directed to the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Truth, the Lord Chief Baron Reason, and Mr. Justice Honesty11ocn166642500map17701.00Fuller, WilliamTo the right honourable John Earl of Egmont, &c. : This plate is most humbly inscribed by his lordship's most obedient humble servantMaps11ocn054175472book17431.00An inquiry into the independency of a dependent L---d [J. Perceval] : being an examination of an account of the late e-----n of m-----s of P------t for W-----r, printed in the genealogy of their noble r-----veFri Mar 21 15:32:30 EDT 2014batch29494