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letter to Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt.

John Horne Tooke

letter to Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt.

Speaker of the House of Commons, on the Petition of Thomas De Grey, Esq., and others, as inserted in the Public Advertiser, on Friday the Eleventh Instant, for which the Printer was ordered to attend the House, on Monday Feb. 14.

by John Horne Tooke

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Published by Wheble in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grantley, Fletcher Norton, -- 1st Baron

  • Edition Notes

    Bound with Villette, John. A genuine account of the behaviour ... of William Dodd, LLD. 1777.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16681638M

    Letters of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., collected and edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, (inclusive), (bulk). Houghton Library: creatorOf: Wilkes, John, Contemporary copy of a letter signed by C. Yorke and Fletcher Norton [attorney and solicitor general]: London, to the Earl of Halifax, Apr. Caroline began writing both to amuse and express herself, and to help support herself and her husband. Writing was in the family tradition. The Sheridan name was one to attract attention. Her first book came out in The Sorrows of Rosalie, A Tale with Other Poems. By then, Caroline also had a son, Fletcher Spencer Norton.

    British artists: List of great British artists and index to where their art can be viewed at art museums worldwide. Sir Francis Drake reuiued: calling vpon this dull or effeminate age, to folowe his noble steps for golde & siluer, by this memorable relation, of the rare occurrances (neuer yet declared to the world) in a third voyage, made by him into the West-Indies, in the yeares

    Ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of Great Britain at Westminster were held from to , when a member of parliament (MP) was appointed as a minister in the most Westminster by-elections, ministerial by-elections were often a formality, uncontested by opposition parties. Re-election was required under the Succession to the Crown Act Early Origins of the Norton family. The surname Norton was first found in Kent where Osuuardus de Nordton was on record in the Domesday Book of "Egbert Coigniers whose son Roger was living in in the ninth year of Edward II., and was father of Roger, who marrying the heiress of Norton of Norton, their son took that name.".


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A letter to Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt: Speaker of the House of Commons, on the petition of Thomas de Grey, Esq ; and others, as inserted in the Public Advertiser, on Friday the eleventh instant, for which the printer was ordered to attend the House. A letter to Sir Fletcher Norton: Knt.

Speaker of the House of Commons, on the petition of Thomas de Grey, Esq ; and others, as inserted in the Public Advertiser, on Friday the eleventh instant, for which the printer was ordered to attend the House, on Monday, Feb.

Get this from a library. A letter to Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt.: Speaker of the House of Commons. [William Tooke, of Thompson Norfolk.]. Norton married, on 21 MayGrace, eldest daughter of Sir William Chapple, kt., a justice of the king's bench, by whom he had five sons—viz.: (1) William, his majesty's minister to the Swiss Cantons, who succeeded his father as second baron, and died on 12 Nov.

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