2 edition of letter from the Earl of Selkirk, addressed to Major Cartwright, on parliamentary reform. found in the catalog.
letter from the Earl of Selkirk, addressed to Major Cartwright, on parliamentary reform.
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas 5th Earl of.
|Contributions||Cartwright, John, 1740-1824., Gleave, Joseph, printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl on parliamentary reform. book, Letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq., chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor, on the subject of parliamentary reform.
London: Printed for Constable, Hunter, Park & Hunter, and A. Constable & Co., (OCoLC) Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl of, Letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq., chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor, on the subject of parliamentary reform.
London: Printed for Constable, Hunter, Park & Hunter, and A. Constable & Co., (DLC) A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq., chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor, on the subject of parliamentary reform: : Selkirk, Thomas Douglas Earl of: Bücher. A Letter Addressed to John Cartwright, esq.
Chairman of the Committee, at the Crown and Anchor, on the Subject of Parliamentary Reform by Earl of Selkirk (pp. ) Review by: K. DOI: / In his lordship published a pamphlet entitled ‘The Necessity of a more effectual System of National Defence, and the means of establishing the permanent security of the Kingdom,’ and in‘A Letter to John Cartwright, Esq.’ (generally known as Major Cartwright), on parliamentary reform, in which he retracted some of the opinions which he had previously entertained on that subject.
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Substance of the speech of the Earl of Selkirk, in the A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq. of the committee at the Crown and Anchor on the subject of parliamentary reform. Preface This book represents the first volume of a projected eleven-volurne edition.
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Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. The first attempt, free from all party bias, to induce the people to concur in efforts to obtain a radical reform of the Commons House of Parliament, was made by the late Major John Cartwright in the yearin a pamphlet entitled 'Take your Choice', which he greatly enlarged and re-published inheading the title page—'Legislative.
A letter addressed to John Cartwright, chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor; on the subject of parliamentary reform: By the Earl of Selkirk.
Second edition Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, Earl of, [ Microform, Book: ] At Deakin Uni Library. Chester Martin’s main contribution to this interpretation is his clarification of Selkirk’s views. Accordingly, his investigation points to a statement (18 March ) by Secretary of State Bathurst to the effect that the Red River colonization scheme was “wild and unpromising.”.
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The Earl of Selkirk is living at his interesting seat—St. Mary's Isle, and letter after letter arrives which has taken many weeks on the road, coming down through trackless prairie, across the middle and Eastern States of America and reaching him via New York. A Narrative of Occurrences in the Indian Countries of North America, since the connexion of the Earl of Selkirk with the Hudson's Bay Company, and his attempt to establish a Colony on the Red River.
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He was the eldest son of Sir James Graham, 1st Baronet, by Lady Catherine, eldest daughter of the 7th Earl ofhe married Fanny Callander, youngest daughter of Sir James Campbell of. A younger brother, Thomas Douglas, fifth earl of Selkirk, achieved prominence as an advocate of colonization in North America.
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