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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8386 7523
Name: 
Graham, J. R. G.
Graham, J. R. G.‏
Graham, J. R. G. (Sir)
Graham, James
Graham, James G. R.
Graham, James George Robert
Graham, James Robert George
Graham, James Robert George (2nd baronet of Netherby)
Graham, James Robert George (Sir)
Graham, James (Sir)
James Graham (Brits politicus (1792-1861))
James Graham (brittisk politiker)
James Graham (politicien britannique)
James Robert George Graham (britischer Politiker)
Sir James Graham, 2nd Baronet (British statesman)
Грейам, Джеймс
ジェームズ・グラハム
Dates: 
1792-1861
Creation class: 
Language material
Manuscript language material
Related names: 
Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley Earl of, 1799-1869
Heytesbury, William A'Court Baron, 1779 -1860
Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland. Parliamentary Committee
Oastler, Richard (1789-1861)
Peel, Robert Sir, 1788-1850
Stopford, Edward Bp. of Meath
Titles: 
Corn and Currency : in adress to the Land Owners
[Correspondence between the Bishop of Meath and Sir James Graham, on National Education]
Documents and letters relating to Sir John Hill's involvement in famine relief in Ireland
Fleet papers being letters to ..., The
Intrigue, influence, and power in ... [MI] 1984-
Letter from William A'Court, Baron Heytesbury, to Sir James Graham, regarding Protestants and other "Orange men" being in favour of the Maynooth Bill, explaining that it is in the public mind in Dubin
Life and letters of Sir James Graham, second baronet of Netherby, P. C., G. C. B.
Pros and cons about the Irish repeal question : its fallacies and impracticability demonstrated, with suggestions to Englishmen and Irishmen of all creeds and classes, in a letter to Sir James Graham, Bart., M.P.
Report of the Parliamentary Committee of the Loyal National Repeal Association on the Bill for regulating the profession of physic & surgery : [proposed by Sir James Graham], with observations on medical education.
Sir James Graham
Want of confidence. Sir James Graham's speech in the House of Commons, May 29, 1841
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