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Celebrated commoner
Chatam (W. P.; 1708-1778)
Chatham (Conde de)
Chatham (Lord)
Chatham (W. P.; 1708-1778)
Chatham, William of
Chatham, William P. of
Chatham, William Pitt
Chatham, William Pitt (1. earl of)
Chatham, William Pitt (1st earl of)
Chatham, William Pitt (comte de)
Chatham, William Pitt (Earl of)
Gulielmus Pitt Senior
Lord Chatham
P--tt, William Pitt (Mr)
P, W.
P, William Pitt
Pitt le Premier
Pitt, .. (the Elder)
Pitt the Elder, William
Pitt, Uilʹi︠a︡m
Pitt, Uilʹi︠a︡m (Starshiĭ)
Pitt, W. (старший)
Pitt (W.; старший; 1708-1778)
Pitt, William,
Pitt, William, (1 earl of Chatham,)
Pitt, William, (1st Earl of Chatham,)
Pitt, William, (comte de Chatham,)
Pitt, William, (de Oudere,)
Pitt, William, (Earl of Chatham,)
Pitt, William Earl of Chatham (British noble, prime minister, 1708-1778)
Pitt, William ((starszy)
Pitt, William (the Celebrated Commoner)
Pitt, William (the Elder)
Pitt, William (старший)
Pitt "Zaharra"
Uilʹi︠a︡m Pitt
Uilʹi︠a︡m Pitt (Starshiĭ,)
W. P ([a])
W. P, William Pitt
William Pitt
William Pitt, 1. Earl of Chatham (britischer Premierminister von Großbritannien)
William Pitt, 1. hrabia Chatham
William Pitt, 1.º Conde de Chatham
William Pitt, 1ad Iarla Chatham
William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham (British politician)
William Pitt de Oudere (Brits politicus)
William Pitt den ældre (britisk politiker)
William Pitt den äldre (brittisk politiker)
William Pitt den eldre (britisk politikar)
William Pitt den eldre (britisk politiker)
William Pitt Earl of Chatham
William Pitt il Vecchio (politico britannico)
William Pitt l'Ancien (personnalité politique britannique)
William Pitt, Syahan nga Erl han Chatham
Вільям Пітт
Питт (В; 1708-1778)
Питт, У (старший)
Питт (У; старший; 1708-1778)
Питт Уильям
Питт, Уильям Старший
Уилям Пит-старши
Уільям Піт
Чатам (В; 1708-1778)
Ուիլյամ Փիտ Ավագ
ויליאם פיט האב
ويليام بيت الأكبر
थोरला पिट
윌리엄 피트
1st Earl of Chatham
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Almon, John (1737-1805)
Bode, Emil
Burke, Edmund (1729-1797)
Camelford, Thomas Pitt Baron, 1737-1793
Celebrated commoner (1708-1778; see also from)
Douglas, John (1721-1807)
Erskine, Thomas Erskine Baron, 1750-1823
Glover, Richard (1712-1785)
Grande-Bretagne Premier ministre (1766-1768 : Pitt) (see also from)
Great Britain Prime Minister (1766-1768 : Pitt) (see also from)
Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville Baron, 1759-1834
Klapperich, Josef (1854-?))
Lee, Arthur (1740-1792)
Mackintosh, James Sir, 1765-1832
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles (duc de, 1693-1768)
Pitt, William (1759-1806; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Sheridan R. B. Richard Brinsley (1751-1816)
Taylor, William Stanhope
Wasson, David Atwood (1823-1887))
Appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great-Britain
British orations from Lord Chatham to the present day
celebrated speech of a celebrated commoner ..., The
Celebrated speeches of Chatham, Burke, and Erskine : to which is added, the argument of Mr. Mackintosh in the case of Peltier
Correspondence of William Pitt, when secretary of state, with colonial governors and military and naval commissioners in America
elder Pitt, The ; New York, 1998.
Essai comparatif entre le cardinal duc de Richelieu, premier ministre de Louis XIII, roi de France, et M. William Pitt, premier ministre de George III, roi de la Grande-Bretagne ...
exact copy of a remarkable letter from Admiral Byng to the Right Hon. W-----P---, esq;, An
faithful abstract of Lord Chatham's last speech in Parliament, on Tuesday, April the 7th, 1778, the day he was struck with the illness which terminated in his death, A : Copied from notes taken withing the bar.
Franklin before the Privy council, White Hall Chapel, London, 1774 on behalf of the province of Massachusetts to advocate the removal of Hutchinson and Oliver.
Future reward and punishment
General view of the agriculture of the county of Worcester with observations on the means of its improvement.
Grosse Reden - grosse Redner
history of American taxation, The : from the year 1763, to the end of last session. In which is introduced, an account of the official abilities of the following ministers, and how far they have been concerned either in pursuing or receding from the present scheme of governing America : the Rt. Hon. Charles Townshend, the Hon. Mr. George Grenville; Lord Rockingham; and Lord Chatham
Humanity the only true divinity.
letter addressed to two great men on the prospect of peace and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negotiation., A
letter from a merchant of the city of London, to the R---t H----ble W---- P---- Esq. upon the affairs and commerce of North America, and the West-Indies; our African trade; the destination of our squadrons and convoys; new taxes, and the schemes proposed for raising the extraordinary supplies for the current year, A
letter on superstition., A
letter to a Right Honourable person, &c. and the answer to it, translated into verse, as nearly as the different idioms of prose and poetry will allow, A : with notes historical, critical, political, &c.
letter to Lord Chatham, concerning the present war of Great Britain against America, A : reviewing candidly and impartially its unhappy cause and consequence, and wherein the doctrine of Sir William Blackstone, as explained in his celebrated Commentaries on the law of England, is opposed to ministerial tyranny, and held up in favor of America : with some thoughts on government
letter to the Earl of Chatham [i.e. William Pitt], on the Quebec bill, A
Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Esq, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state, A : relating to the abuses practised by bakers, corndealers, farmers, and millers in consequence of a pamphlet, intitled, Poison detected, which that confederacy is supposed to have endeavoured to suppress.
Letters written by the late Earl of Chatham to his nephew Thomas Pitt, esq. (afterwards Lord Camelford,) then at Cambridge ...
Life, death and immortality
Lord Chatham's speech in the British House of Lords, at the opening of the session, 20th November, 1777, on the debate for addressing the throne.
Lord Chatham's speeches on the American Revolution.
‰Modern orator The most celebrated speeches of the earl of Chatham, ... Richard Brinsley Sheridan, ... lord Erskine, and ... Edmund Burke, ˆThe
On a future state
Orations on the French War : to the Peace of Amiens
Original letters to Henry Flood. -
Papers relative to the rupture with Spain. In French and English. Published by authority.
Parliament and orators of Britain : with speeches from Lord Chatham [...]
Pitt Starszy
Plan offered by the Earl of Chatham, to the House of Lords, entitled, A provisional act, for settling the troubles in America, and for asserting the supreme legislative authority and superintending power of Great Britain over the colonies which was rejected, and not suffered to lie upon the table.
Political debates
radical a monthly magazine devoted to religion., The
Radical (Boston, Mass. : Sept. 1865)
Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq. on American taxation, April 19, 1774
speech of Mr. P------ and several others, in a certain august assembly on a late important debate: with an introduction of the matters preceding it., The
speech of Mr. Pitt, now earl of Chatham; upon the Stamp-act., The
Speeches of the right honourable... in the house of commons, The
speeches of William Pitt., The
Speeches. Selections
Uilʹi︠a︡m Pitt Starshiĭ, 1998:
William Pitt. Begründer d. brit. Macht.