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ISNI: 
0000 0001 0907 5912
Name: 
Escott, T. H.
Escott, T. H. S.
Escott, Thomas
Escott, Thomas H.
Escott, Thomas H. S.
Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet
Sweet Escott, Thomas Hay
Thomas Hay Sweet Escott
Thomas Hay Sweet Escott (British author and journalist)
Dates: 
1844-1924
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Language material
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Text
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author
Related names: 
Hallbauer, O.
Hallbauer, Otto
Hamer, David Allan
Juvénal (0060?-0130?))
Lubersac, René de
O'Shea, William Henry (1840-1905)
Smalley, Beryl
Smalley, George Washburn (1823-1916)
Titles: 
Angleterre, L' : le pays, les institutions, les mœurs.
Anglettere, L'
Anthony Trollope; his public services, private friends, and literary originals.
City characters under several reigns [microform]
Club makers and club members. -
Edward Bulwer, first baron Lytton of Knebworth a social, personal, and political monograph
England, its people polity and pursuits
Future of the Radical Party.
Gentlemen of the House of Commons
Great Victorians : memories and personalities
King Edward and his court. -
Letter from T. H. S. Escott to Captain [William Henry] O'Shea, regarding a suggestion to write an article for the 'Fortnightly Review', upon the subject of "The Fortune of the Irish Party"
Masters of English journalism; a study of personal forces.
National and international links
Pillars of the empire: sketches of living Indian and colonial statesmen, celebrities, and officials
Politics and letters.
Randolph Spencer-Churchill, as a product of his age. Being a personal and political monograph
Satires.
Social transformations of the Victorian age a survey of court and country
Society in London
Society in the country house
story of British diplomacy; its makers and movements, The
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