The Resource A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c

A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c

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A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c
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A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaOKQ
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1708?-1773
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Francis, Philip
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • 1708-1778
  • 1709-1770
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  • Pitt, William
  • Beckford, William
  • Murphy, A
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Great Britain
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A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c
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  • Authorship: Mansell
  • "Sometimes attributed to A. Murphy." - Mansell
  • "A letter purporting to have been written by William Pitt, on his resigning the seals, Oct. 5, 1761, with an answer by William Beckford." - Mansell
Extent
1 online resource ([1] leaf, 26 pages)
Form of item
online
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Gift of: T.J. Garrett in memory of Helen K. Garrett, 1946-1970.
Specific material designation
remote
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A letter from a right honourable person. And the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow. With notes historical, critical, political, &c
Link
Publication
Note
  • Authorship: Mansell
  • "Sometimes attributed to A. Murphy." - Mansell
  • "A letter purporting to have been written by William Pitt, on his resigning the seals, Oct. 5, 1761, with an answer by William Beckford." - Mansell
Extent
1 online resource ([1] leaf, 26 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Gift of: T.J. Garrett in memory of Helen K. Garrett, 1946-1970.
Specific material designation
remote

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