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Reflections upon a letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament
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Notes upon the Phœnix edition of the Pastoral letter: Part I / by: Johnson, Samuel, Published: () A letter to the Bishop of Sarum: being an answer to his Lordships pastoral letter / by: Lowthorp, John, or The Groans of Ireland in a Letter to a Member of Parliament. (Dublin ). Dissertation on the Enlargement of Tillage. (Dublin ). Joshua Gee, An Impartial Enquiry into the Importance and Present State of the Woollen Manufactories of Great Britain. (London ). John Smith, The Grasiers Advocate, or Free Thoughts of Wool and the Woollen Trade.
Member, and whether, if placed on the Table, that opinion would show the modesty of the hon. Member, or whether it was of an opposite character, he (Mr. Labouchere) would keep a profound secret. His hon. Friend had also alluded to a letter which he wrote to Mr. M'Kenzie, and which had been found among the papers of M. Papineau. The speech of Thomas Plomer addressed to the committee of the House of Commons, to whom a bill to repeal certain regulations & restrictions, contained in various acts of Parliament, relating to the woolen trade, had been referred: on his opening the case of the manufacturers, at whose instance the bill was brought into Parliament, on the 24th and 25th of May after many .
Some modest reflections upon Mr. Stephens's late book, entituled, A plain relation of the late action at sea, between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, from June 22 to July 5 last with reflections thereupon, and upon the present state of the nation, &c.: with a vindication of the Church of England from what he has therein advanc'd against. Some thoughts on the woollen manufactures of England in a letter from a clothier to a member of Parliament. by: Bindon, David, d. Published: () An argument upon the woollen manufacture of Great Britain plainly demonstrating, that Ireland must be speedily employed therein, as the only means to recover its decay, and to prevent its ruin.
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Natural reflections upon the present debates about peace and war: in two letters to a member of Parliament from his steward in the country. Reflections upon a letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
By George : George Hickes. A letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament: occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
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Leslie afterwards returned to England, where he passed under the alias of Mr. White, and published ‘Natural Reflections upon the Present Debates about Peace and War, in Two Letters to a Member of Parliament from his Steward in the Country,’ dated respectively December and March –, an argument for peace.
4 Horwitz, Henry, Parliament, Policy and Politics in the Reign of William III (Newark, N.J., ), p. – Horwitz stresses the functional nature of political instability, mainly the strains imposed by war finance.
He also holds that disagreements over foreign affairs followed a division between Court and Country rather than between Whig.
A will write letter is a letter sent by a government minister to another member of parliament if they have promised to write to them with additional information during a debate or when answering a question. Copies of these letters are placed in the Commons or Lords Library and added to the Deposited Papers database.
84 A letter to a member of parliament touching the late intended bank (Dublin, ), p. Note also p. 16, where the author makes clear, by quoting the suggested security of the bank as £, that he is responding to Maxwell, Henry, Reasons offer’d for erecting a bank in Ireland; in a letter to Hercules Rowley (Dublin, ).
Reflections on a Letter from Monsieur de Cros, concerning the Memoirs of C h r i s t e n d o m 2. Reflections upon an Answer to the Letter from Monsieur De Cros The spelling and hyphenation in the original are erratic. No corrections have been made other than.
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