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Erskine, Thomas (Baró)
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
Erskine, Thomas Erskine (Baron)
Erskine, Thomas (Lord)
Thomas Erskine, 1. Baron Erskine (schottischer Politiker)
Thomas Erskine, 1:e baron Erskine
Thomas Erskine, 1er Baron Erskine (politicien écossais)
Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine (British politician)
Thomas Erskine (Brits politicus (1750-1823))
writer of accompanying material
Burke, Edmund (1729-1797)
Cooper, Thomas (1759-1839)
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon Baron, 1732-1802
Kyd, Stewart (d. 1811))
Macdonald, Archibald Sir, 1747-1826
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Paine, Thomas (1737-1809)
Pitt, William Earl of Chatham, 1708-1778
Ridgway, James (17..-18.. libraire)
Williams, Thomas bookseller
Yntema, Jacob (Amsterdam)
Bemerkungen über die Innern Gründe der Wahrheit der geoffenbarten Religion
Beschouwing van de oorzaaken en gevolgen des tegenwoordigen oorlogs van Engeland met Frankryk.
celebrated speech of the Hon. T. Erskine, in support of the liberty of the press. Delivered at Guildhall, December 18, 1792. To which is prefixed, a preface by a Scotch member of Parliament. Taken in short hand, by Gurney, the principal short hand writer in London., The
Celebrated speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine, to which is added, the arguement of Mr. Mackintosh in the case of Peltier.
Colpo d'occhio sulle cause e conseguenze della guerra attuale con la Francia del signore Erskine traduzione dal francese Parte prima [-seconda].
Coup-d'œil sur les causes et les conséquences de la guerre actuelle avec la France
Declaration of the friends of the liberty of the press assembled at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, Saturday, January 19, 1793. Written by the Hon. Thomas Erskine; to which is added the other proceedings of the day.
Essai sur la foi
Indulgence plénière et sans conditions ou gratuité absolue de l' Evangile troisième et dernier essai
Letter to a noble lord on the present situation of France and Europe : accompanied by official and original documents.
letter to Lord Erskine, A : containing a full and complete exposé of the foul, detestable, though impotent conspiracy formed against our present gracious queen, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth : collected from the speeches of Sir R. Gifford and Sir I.S. Copley, knights, and the exparte evidence given upon oath against Her Majesty, as printed by order of the House of Lords and circulated throughout the kingdom, without comment : and containing also free remarks on the origin, elevation, incomes, and palpable motives of the conspirators and prosecutors ...
letter to the earl of Liverpool on the subject of the Greeks, A
letter to the proprietors and occupiers of land on the causes of, and the remedies for, the declension of agricultural prosperity, A
Letters to the Right Honourable Thomas Lord Erskine, on the law of principal and accessary; with an examination of the new rule affecting principals in the second degree, or abettors present at murder, &c.
Lettre de Lord Thomas Erskine au Comte de Liverpool, au sujet des Grecs traduit de l'anglais
Modern British utopias, 1700-1850
Observations on the prevailing abuses in the British army, arising from the corruption of civil government.
people's answer to the court pamphlet entitled, A short review of the political state of Great Britain., The
reason of man
Reflections on gaming, annuities, and usurious contracts.
Réflexions sur l'évidence intrinsèque de la vérité du christianisme
Report of Mr. Erskine's defence of Thomas Hardy on a charge of high treason, at the Old Bailey Nov I, 1794.
rights of juries vindicated, The : the speeches of the Dean of St. Asaph's counsel, in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, on the 15th of November, 1784, in shewing cause why a new trial should be granted, the rule for which had been applied for on the motion of the Honble. Thomas Erskine, the preceding Monday
speech (at length) of the Hon. T. Erskine, at the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, June 24, 1797, The : On the trial of T. Williams, for publishing paine's age of reason; with a sketch of Mr. Kyd's defence, and Lord Kenyon's charge to the jury.
speech of the Hon. Thomas Erskine, at a meeting of the Friends to the Liberty of the Press, at Free-Mason's Tavern, Dec. 22, 1792, The : with the resolutions, &c. of that truly patriotic society.
Speeches of John Philpot Curran, esq., with the speeches of Grattan, Erskine and Burke. To which is prefixed, A brief sketch of the history of Ireland, and also a biographical account of Mr. Curran.
speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine, now Lord Erskine, when at the bar, on subjects connected with the liberty of the press and against constructive treasons
Speeches of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Chatham, the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and the Rt. Hon. Lord Erskine [and the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox] ..., The
substance of Lord Erskine's speech in the House of Lords, on Monday, April 13, 1807., The
Tracts on medical jurisprudence : including Farr's Elements of medical jurisprudence, Dease's Remarks on medical jurisprudence, Male's Epitome of juridical or forensic medicine, and Haslam's Treatise on insanity
treatise on the leasing of lands perused and approved by Lord Erskine ... which shews the necessity of altering almost every covenant hitherto in use and is presumed will be found to be of the greatest benefit, ultimately, to both landlord and tenant., A
trial of Mr. Benjamin Boddington for adultery with his cousin, the wife of Mr. Samuel Boddington, before Joseph Burchell, Esq. and a special jury, at the Sessions House, Clerkenwell, on Friday, September 8, 1797, The : with the speech of the Hon. T. Erskine accurately taken in shorthand.
Trial of Thomas Paine
view, etc., A
View of the causes and consequences of the present war with France
whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officico, by the King's Attorney General, against John Stockdale