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Author of Stories for children
Crocker, John Wilson
Croker, J. W.
Croker, John W.
Croker (John Wilson)
Croker, John Wilson (Mr.)
J. W. C
J. W. C, John Wilson Croker
John Wilson Croker (Brits auteur (1780-1857))
John Wilson Croker (englischer Parlamentsredner, Dichter und Journalist)
John Wilson Croker (politician, poet)
Stories for children, Author of
Waverley, Edward Bradwardine
Waverley, Edward Bradwardine (Pseudonym)
Wilson Croker, John
Крокер, Джон Уилсон
Dates: 
1780-1857
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Boswell, James (1740-1795)
Dix, E. R. McC. (1857-1936)
Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock (1857-1936)
Elwin, Whitwell
George IV, King of Great Britain (1762-1830)
Harvey, John Harvey
Hervey, John (1696-1743))
Hervey, John Hervey Baron, 1696-1743
Jones, Frederick Edward (1759-1834)
Pool, Bernard
Pope, Alexander (1688-1744))
Virieu, Vtesse de (co-author)
Walsh, John Edward (1816-1869)
Titles: 
Amazoniad; or, Figure and fashion, a scuffle in high life. With notes critical and historical interspersed with choice anecdotes of Bon Ton., The
battles of Talavera, The : a poem.
Boswell's life of Johnson
correspondence and diaries of the late right honourable John Wilson Croker, LL.D., F.R.S., secretary to the admiralty from 1809 to 1830, The : the Croker papers
Correspondence between the Right Hon. J.W. Croker and the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, on some passages of 'Moore's Diary' : with a postscript by Mr. Croker, explanatory of Mr. Moore's acquaintance and correspondence with him ...
Croker papers, 1808-1857., The
Cutchacutchoo
derniers jours de Louis-Philippe, Les
Dublin run mad!!! : Or, Remarks on Cutchacutchoo [by F.T.C.], and its History [by J.W. Croker]: with a poetical address to the real innocents of Dublin. Dedicated to the author of Cutchacutchoo [i.e. Right Hon. John Wilson Croker?].
Essays on the early period of the French Revolution.
Familiar epistles to Frederick J[one]s, esq. on the present state of the Irish stage. 2nd ed., with considerable additions
Five letters to Sir William C. Smith, Bart. on Catholic relief, the affairs of Ireland, and the conduct of the new Parliament. To which are added a sixth letter, with notes on the former. : The third edition. By John Bernard Trotter, Esq.
History of the guillotine
Histrionic epistles : [a satire on actors and actresses of the day
III.i.2. Early miscellaneous correspondence
intercepted letter from J---- T----, Esq, writer at Canton, to his friend in Dublin, Ireland., An
Johnsoniana:
key to the orders in council, A
L'histoire d'Angleterre racontée aux petits enfans
Letter from Henry Parnell to John Wilson Croker, concerning proposed financial reform of the naval Widows' Fund
Letter from John Wilson Croker to Captain Dillon, responding to a letter that was sent to him whilst in Paris
Letter from John Wilson Croker to [John?] Hobhouse, informing him of a potential call from the secretary regarding parliamentary affairs
Letter from John Wilson Croker to T. C. Smith, arranging a day for Smith to come to the cottage and have an answer for him
Letter from John Wilson Croker to unknown recipient, balancing the odds on railroad investments
Letter from John Wilson Croker to William Conyngham Plunket, referring to a "Scholar Major"
Letter from [P. H. Putey] to a [John Wilson Croker?] or [Thomas Crofton Croker] regarding information on weeds and he will send a copy of the 'Agricultural Gazette' to him in a couple of days
Letter from Sir John Stoddart, to John Wilson Croker, asking for his assistance on behalf of his cousin, Captain John Stoddart, who is looking for employment from Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville
letter from the king to his people., A
letter on the fittest style and situation for the Wellington trophy, about to be erected in Dublin., A : Addressed to John Wilson Croker, ...
Letters from the Hon. Horace Walpole, to the Earl of Hertford, during His Lordship's embassy in Paris : to which are added Mr. Walpole's letters to the Rev. Henry Zouch.
Letters of Mary Lepel [sic] Lady Hervey. With a memoir and illustrative notes.
letters on the subject of the naval war with America, which appeared in the Courier, under the signature of Nereus., The
Letters to and from Henrietta, countess of Suffolk, and her second husband, the Hon. George Berkeley; from 1712 to 1767.
Lettre du Roi d'Angleterre à son peuple
Life of Samuel Johnson including a Journal of a tour to the Hebrides. -, The
life of Samuel Johnson, The : including a journal of a tour to the Hebrides
Louis XVII
Memoir of the life and character of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, 1825:
Memoirs of the embassy of the Marshal de Bassompierre to the court of England in 1626:
Memoirs of the reign of George the Second : from his accession to the death of Queen Caroline
Negociation de Monsieur le Mareschal de Bassompierre envoyé ambassadeur en Angleterre de la part du Roy en 1626.
new Whig guide., The
opinion of an impartial observer, concerning the late transactions in Ireland., The
Progressive geography for children, 1856:
Raise the song and strike the harp the charter glee and chorus of the Irish Harmonic Club
review of some late publications respecting the French Revolution of 1848., A
Révolution de février 1848 : revue critique de quelques-uns des ouvrages publiés récemment ... ; départ de Louis-Philippe ...
Royal memoirs on the French Revolution : containing, I. a narrative of the journey of Louis XVI and his family to Varennes, by Madame royale, duchess of Angoulême : II. a narrative of a journey to Bruxelles and Coblentz in 1791, by Monsieur, now Louis XVIII : III. private memoirs of what passed in the Temple, from the imprisonment of the royal family to the death of the Dauphin, by Madame royale, duchess of Angoulême
Sketch of the state of Ireland, past and present
speech of the Right Honourable John Wilson Croker on the reform question, on Friday, March 4, 1831., The
Thoughts on the Catholic question.
Tours in Ireland
Two letters on Scottish affairs
works of Alexander Pope, The : including hundred unpublished letters, and other new materials.
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