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Chatham (Earl of)
Chatham, .... of
Genç William Pitt
Gulielmus Pitt Iunior
Ifjabb William Pitt (Nagy-Britannia miniszterelnöke)
Pitt le Jeune, William
Pitt le Second, William
Pitt the Younger, William
Pitt, William (le Jeune)
Pitt, William (the Younger)
Viljams Pits Jaunākais
William Pitt ar Yaouañ
William Pitt Beag
William Pitt cel Tânăr
William Pitt de Jongere (Brits politicus)
William Pitt den yngre (britisk politikar)
William Pitt den yngre (britisk politiker)
William Pitt den yngre (brittisk politiker)
William Pitt der Jüngere (britischer Premierminister)
William Pitt "El Jove"
William Pitt il Giovane (politico britannico)
William Pitt jaunesnysis
William Pitt le Jeune (personnalité politique britannique)
William Pitt Mlađi
William Pitt mladší
William Pitt Młodszy
William Pitt nuorempi
William Pitt, o Novo
William Pitt Tanora
William Pitt the Younger (British politician)
William Pitt Trẻ
William Pitt yang Muda
Ουίλιαμ Πιτ ο νεότερος (Πρωθυπουργός του Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου)
Вилијам Пит Млађи
Питт, Уильям Младший (премьер-министр Великобритании)
Уільям Піт, малодшы
Ҷавонтари Уиллиам Питт
Ուիլյամ Փիտ Կրտսեր
ויליאם פיט הבן
ويليام بيت الأصغر
ویلیام پیت جوانتر (سیاستمدار بریتانیایی)
วิลเลียม พิตต์ ผู้เยาว์
ウィリアム・ピット (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)
Manuscript language material
Currie, James (1756-1805)
Fox, Charles James (1749-1806)
Grande-Bretagne Premier ministre (1783-1801 : Pitt) (see also from)
Grande-Bretagne Premier ministre (1804-1806 : Pitt) (see also from)
Great Britain Prime Minister (1783-1801 : Pitt) (see also from)
Great Britain Prime Minister (1804-1806 : Pitt) (see also from)
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Janvry, Haudry de
Janvry, Hauvry de
Jussieu, Laurent-Pierre de
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Orde, Thomas Baron Bolton, 1746-1807
Pitt, Hester Countess of Chatham, 1720-1803
Pitt, William (1708-1778; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rutland, Charles Manners Duke of, 1754-1787
Tipografia Régia (Lisboa)
Authentic account of the part taken by the late Earl of Chatham in a transaction which passed in the beginning of the year 1778, An
Authentic copies of Mr. Pitt's letter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and of His Royal Highness's reply.
Brief van W[illiam] P[itt] (1759-1806), geschreven aan [David] Dundas (1735-1820)
Chatham papers, 1989:
comparative statement of the two bills for the better government of the British possessions in India brought into Parliament by Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt, with explanatory observations, A
Correio do outro mundo, contem a carta que dirige Williams Pitt ao Imperador Napoleão
Correspondence between the Right Honble. William Pitt and Charles, duke of Rutland, lord lieutenant of Ireland, 1781-1787.
correspondence of the Rev. C. Wyvill with the Right Honourable William Pitt. Part II. Published by Mr. Wyvill., The
Debate on the subject of a regency, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, December 16, 1788 containing the speeches of Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, &c. &c. with a correct list of the division thereon., The
Discours de M. Pitt, ministre d'Angleterre, prononcé à la Chambre des Communes, sur la conduite de la nation française envers leur roi & sur les mesures à prendre pour le venger de la mort cruelle ... : suivi de l'Adresse au roi d'Angleterre, proposée par M. Pitt & adoptée ... par la Chambre des Communes...
Discurso do imortal Guilherme Pit [...]
Gazeta de Lisboa
Guerra peninsular, centenario da instituic̦ão da Junta provisional do supremo governo do reino
Heads of Mr. Pitt's Speech, on the 12th of February, 1796, relative to the relief and maintenance of the poor, the encouragement of industry, and the diminution of the poor-rates.
late measures of the ship-owners in the coal-trade fully examined, in a letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt., The
letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe, A
letter to the Earl of Chatham, on the Quebec bill, 1774, A
letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, chancellor of the exchequer, on the claims which practitioners in medicine have to be exempted from the new duties on horses & carriages, A
letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt on the means of relieving the present scarcity and preventing the diseases that arise from meagre food, A
Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c., A : on the conduct of the bank directors, with cursory observations on Mr. Morgan's pamphlet, respecting the expence of the war, and the state of the national debt.
letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt on the influence of the stoppage of issues in specie at the Bank of England, on the prices of provisions, and other commodities, A
Letters from His late Majesty to the late Lord Kenyon, on the coronation oath : with His Lordship's answers ; and letters of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt to his late Majesty, with his Majetsy's answers, previous to the dissolution of the ministry in 1801.
Letters on finance and taxation
love-letters of William Pitt, first Lord Chatham, The
Memoirs of the life
Mr. Pitt's reply to Mr. Orde : being a correct abstract of the speeches of those two right honourable gentlemen, as delivered in the different senates of Great Britain and Ireland, on the subject of the new commercial regulations between the two countries; with a defence of both.
Observations on the principles and tendency of the East-India bills proposed by the Right Honourable Charles James Fox and the Right Honourable William Pitt with short sketches of their political characters.
Orations on the French War to the Peace of Amiens
Plano sábio proferido no Parlamento de Inglaterra pelo Ministro de Estado Mr. Pitt sobre a continuação da guerra com a França e a trasladação do trono de Portugal para o novo império do Brasil
Private papers of William Wilberforce
Recueil de discours prononcés au Parlement d'Angleterre.
Reflections on the proclamation of the second of July 1783, relative to the trade between the United States of America and the West India islands addressed to the Right Honourable William Pitt, first lord of the Treasury, and chancellor of the Exchequer.
Secret influence public ruin! an address to the young premier, on the principles of his politics and the causes of his late promotion : with a speech by Mr. Fox, on the spirited resolution of the House of Commons, December 17, 1783.
Select parliamentary speeches of W. Pitt
speech of the Right Hon. William Pitt, chancellor of the exchequer, on ... the 17th day of February, 1792, on proposing the application of an additional sum for the reduction of the public debt and the repeal of certain duties on malt, on female servants, on carts and waggons, on houses and on candles, The
Speech of the Right Honourable William Pitt, delivered in the House of Commons, Monday, February 3, 1800, on a motion for an address to the throne, approving of the answers returned to the communications from France relative to a negociation for peace
Speech of the Right Honourable William Pitt, in the House of commons, Thursday, January 31, 1799, on offering to the House the resolutions which he proposed as the basis of an union between Great Britain and Ireland.
Speeches of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox, in the House of Commons, on Monday, Nov. 23, on the bill for preventing seditious meetings and assemblies
state of the representation of the people of England, on the principles of Mr. Pitt in 1785 with an annexed state of additional propositions, A
Strictures on the slave trade, and their manner of treatment in the West-India Islands in a letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, in opposition to the exertions now making in the House of Commons, for a abolition thereof by Mr. Wilberforce
Thoughts and details on scarcity originally presented to the Right Hon. William Pitt in the month of November 1795
Thoughts on the manufacture and trade of salt, on the herring fisheries, and on the coal trade of Great Britain submitted to the consideration of the Right Honorable William Pitt, chancellor of the exchequer, &c. and of every lover of his country
war speeches of William Pitt, the younger, The