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Goulburn, Henry
Henry Goulburn
Henry Goulburn (British politician)
Henry Goulburn (Brits politicus (1784-1856))
Henry Goulburn (personnalité politique britannique)
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Commercial Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Dean, R. B.
Dwarris, Fortunatus (1786-1860; Sir))
Hamilton, George
Herries, John Charles (1778-1855))
Innes, Esq
Innes, John
Lord, James (b. 1814))
Vaughan, Petty (1788-1854)
Wood, Esq
Wood, Joseph
charge, delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Limerick, at the primary visitation, in the Cathedral Church of Saint Mary, ... 19th of June, 1823, A
Commercial pamphlets.
Distillery question
Financial state of the country defeat of the whig ministry, no II : speeches of Mr. Herries and Mr. Goulburn in the House of Commons, Feb. 13, 1840.
Jenkins, B. Henry Goulburn, 1784-1856, c1996.
Letter from George Hamilton to Henry [Goulburn?], politician, concerning developments in Balbriggan, employment to the "labouring poor" in Coventry and their good example
Letter : from Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, to William Gregory
Letter from Henry Goulburn to George Hamilton, concerning a memorial to the Lord Lieutenant [Richard Colley Wesley, Marquess Wellesley] and an application
[Letter] in reply to your letter of the ... instant, I am directed by Lord Bathurst to inclose for your information, a memorandum, stating the advantages which it is proposed to give to persons allowed to proceed to Canada as settlers, and I am at the same time to acquaint you ...
letter to the Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, M.P., chancellor of the Exchequer, on the field, garden or cottage allotment system as a means for alleviating the distresses of the poor, diminishing poor rates and county rates, benefitting the agriculturist, the manufacturer and the mine owner, and improving the finances of the country, A
letter to the Rt. Hon. Henry Goulburn, M.P on the expediency of making a state provision for the Roman Catholic clergy in Ireland, A
Murder and outrage of eight hundred and twenty pounds.
Proposals for the immediate reduction of eight millions and a half of taxes, and the gradual liquidation of the national debt in a letter, addressed to the Right Honorable Henry Goulburn, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Remarks upon the revenue of customs with a few observations upon a late work of Sir H. Parnell on financial reform, as far as relates to that revenue : in a letter to the Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, chancellor of the Exchequer.
West India question plainly stated, and the only practical remedy briefly considered in a letter to the Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, The