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Author of An examination of the principles, &c
Egmont, John Perceval
Egmont, John Perceval (2d Earl of)
Egmont, John Perceval (comte de)
Egmont, John Perceval (Earl of)
Egmont, John Perceval Earl of (English noble, architect, 1711-1770)
Examination of the principles, &c. Author of
Holland, John Perceval (Baron Lovel and)
John Perceval, 2. hrabia Egmont
John Perceval, 2nd Earl of Egmont (Brits politicus (1711-1770))
John Perceval, 2nd Earl of Egmont (Irish politician)
John Perceval, Earl of Egmont
John Perceval, II conte di Egmont (politico inglese)
John Perceval (politicien britannique)
Lovel and Holland, John Perceval (Baron)
Nobleman of the other kingdom
Perceval, John
Perceval, John (Earl of Egmont)
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Bath, William Pulteney Earl of, 1684-1764
Cox, Richard Sir
Dix, E. R. McC. (1857-1936)
Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock (1857-1936)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pelham, Henry (1695?-1754)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Ruffhead, Owen (1723-1769)
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Faction detected by the evidence of facts
occasional letter from a gentleman in the country, to his friend in town :, An
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Proposal for selling part of the forest lands and chaces
question of the precedency of the peers of Ireland in England, fairly stated. In a letter to an English lord, by a nobleman of the other kingdom., The
representation of the state of the trade of Ireland, A : laid before the House of Lords of England, on Tuesday the 10th of April, 1750, on occasion of a bill before that House, for laying a duty on Irish sail cloth imported into Great-Britain.
second series of facts and arguments, A : in a letter to a member of Parliament
Some observations on the present state of Ireland, particularly with relation to the woollen manufacture. In a letter to his Excellency the Duke of Dorset.
Things as they are.
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the Memorial of John Earl of Egmont.