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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PITT, Hon. William (1759-1806).

    Pitt had not then been a year in Parliament and that Fox was virtually the leader of the Opposition, this is a remarkable tribute to the position Pitt had won for himself.It was not by his oratory alone that

    PITT, Hon. William (1759-1806), of Holwood and Walmer Castle, Kent.

    power, dashed Fox’s hopes of displacing Pitt, who had been obliged to contemplate returning to the bar. Henceforward Pitt always had the upper hand in the parliamentary duel with Fox, who complained that Pitt had arrived ‘much nearer to that

    WILBERFORCE, William (1759-1833), of Hull, Yorks. and Wimbledon, Surr.

    a contest for Hull, where he arranged for another follower of Pitt, W.S. Stanhope, to take his place.On all important political questions during this Parliament Wilberforce voted with Pitt, but sometimes differed from him on financial and commercial business (e.g.

    GROSVENOR, Richard (1731-1802), of Eaton Hall, nr. Chester.

    Mr. Pitt, who was the shining light or rather the blazing star of this country’.[footnote] Pitt flattered him, and Grosvenor responded. ‘If you think it necessary for me to be at the meeting of the Parliament’, he wrote to Pitt

    PAGE TURNER, Sir Gregory, 3rd Bt. (1748-1805), of Battlesden, Beds.

    to oppose any tax that right honourable gentleman [Pitt] has introduced into this House’.[footnote] He also, again reluctantly, opposed Pitt on the post horse bill, 11 May 1787. He voted with Pitt in the first division on the Regency, 16

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Parliamentary representation

    the attorney John Pitt , the former steward of Lord Hardwicke but now a prominent opponent of the corpor ation in city affairs. After a fierce contest, in which the poll was kept open for 15 days, Pitt won by

    Parishes Stratfieldsaye

    of Tilney. 5. Pitt impaling Ermine a lion sable, for Jeffreys ( Francis Pitt and Elizabeth Jeffreys his wife). 6. Pitt impaling Or three piles gules and a quarter ermine, for Bassett , impaling Pitt ( Christopher Pitt and Dionisia

    Note on abbreviations

    ( 1844 ). Lich. D. and C. Lichfield Dean and Chapter. Lich. Dioc. Regy. Lichfield Diocesan Registry. Pitt , Staffs . W. Pitt , Topographical History of Staffordshire ( Newcastle under Lyme, 1817). Plot, Staffs . R. Plot, Natural History

    The city of Cambridge Parliamentary representation

    Fox member for the town and Mr. Pitt for the University'. 78 Rutland , Lord Lieutenant of Ireland since 1784, receiving reports of Mortlock's detachment from his henchman, Pulteney, 79 wrote to Pitt in September 1786 : 'I wish you

    The University of Cambridge Epilogue ( 1939-56 )

    the ties with the United States . In 1943 the Syndics of the Press offered an endowment and the ( Pitt ) professorship of American history and institutions was founded the following year; it has been filled by the annual

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 16 February 1693, 16 February 1693-16 February 1693

    add "and also to Agatha Pitt , Wife of Math. Pitt , all her Right of Dower and Thirds, of, in, and to any the Lands, Messuages, Tenements, and Hereditaments of him the said Math. Pitt ." Goodwyn's Estate. Mr.


    line 9 from bottom, for Pitt read Kitt. " 139, line 3, for Charles II read Charles III. " 168, line 14 from bottom, add, after Plantations, to the Queen. " 221, line 19, for ground read cause. " 225,

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    peace, Pitt, third party or 1960, 1962; Pitt like Walpole or Cromwell like 1363, 1364; and Pitt: coalition with, unlike his with North 1445; confidence in Pitt and what opinion of 1298, 1301, 1304; Pitt and France 1284; Pitt, Regency

    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 21 August 1650, 21 August 1650-21 August 1650

    , as the said Pitt affirmed, on his Oath, to be one of the said Robbers, took, of the Goods of the said Pitt , a Sack and Three Shillings Eight-pence in Money: And the said Pitt affirmed further, That

    Index, L - Z

    : see also Ministry proposals of 171, 373, 377; best qualified for Prime Ministership, Fox, Pitt or 1151, 1155, 1159; most deserved censure, Fox, Pitt or 1210; Fox-Pitt coalition unlike Fox-North 1445 Obligation : towards father, wife or son 80,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arglwydd Derby yn un o'r dosbarth blaenaf yn ei oes. Arfcrai Iarll Aberdeen ddyweyd, er ei fed wedi gwrando Fox, Pitt, Burke, a Sheridan, nad oedd yr un o horynt dalai i'w cyn- haru ag ymdrechion goreu Iarll Derby. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae genym dystiolaeth dyn fel SVy James Mackintosh, ei Lad yu rhagori am areithiau difvfyr mnewn dadlenaeth boeth, ay Fox, Pitt, Burke, a Sheridan. Ilaxwer gwaith y gwelwyd Daniel O'Connell yn gwingo dan el ffiaugell finiog Yu Nhv y Cyffredin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bod yn gwbl ,deiw o wyr i'r'eiiwog bLord PlInket, am yr h'Wn y .'dywed~MaitIiihto seit fod' 4Phagoki fel dahiter ar Pitt' .Fox, -Sheridan;, a Canning.' Dygwyd.Lord Plunket fyn y. gan .gynulleidfaj, Ymneillduol .yn Nublin, i'r hony biuasai ei, dad, yr' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &ntfiebb. Mea errwlaCfat ldua rdedd waith,: a, phaaiwyd ef;,, ^ d amryw feu Teol 1 hefd trVw g3 t-eb,. and iii bu dim 0iaeny,, yn~gbfynlamsI ay dniUo iaL b. T iuY OY DyddatelDad ht h DX. Wedderbrn, ,dywe'doda; Mi. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llandovery, I quoted two or three lines that seemed to me pertinent to the object-I think they were quoted by Pitt in relation to the union of Ireland,-and it is the wish of my heart that they may be verified Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    Note Plus- To Pitt The enclosed letter , though he has had notice some months have elapsed since he has had notice of its being in readiness for him on his for it , and returning a preceding lette r


    1800 that soon after the accession of Mr superscript text Addington close of upon the first reign of Pitt the second, that the ensuing plan for a supposed improvement in the currency, was submitted by me to the Constitution constituted


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