Philip Francis (1740-1818)

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Dublin, 22-10-1740
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Politicien et pamphlétaire. - On lui attribue une série de lettres, parues sous le pseudonyme " Junius", de 1769 à 1772, pour soutenir l'opposition à George III


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  • The Francis letters, by sir Philip Francis and other members of the family, edited by Beata Francis and Elisa Keary, with a note on Junius controversy, by C. F. Keary

    Material description : 2 vol. in-8° , portr.
    Edition : (1908) London Hutchinson

  • Historical questions exhibited in the "Morning chronicle" in January 1818

    Material description : In-8, 34 p.
    Note : Note : Par sir Philip Francis, d'après Halkett & Laing
    Edition : 1818 London J. Ridgway

  • Memoirs of Sir Philipp Francis...

    with correspondence and journals

    Material description : 2 vol.
    Edition : 1867 London Longmans, Green and Co

  • Original minutes of the governor-general and council of Fort William on the settlement and collection of the revenues of Bengal,... by Philip Francis,...

    Material description : In-4° , X-206 p.
    Edition : 1782 London J. Debrett

  • Proceedings in the House of Commons on the slave-trade and state of the negroes in the West India islands... by Philip Francis,...

    Material description : In-8° , 105 p.
    Edition : 1796 London C. Ridgway

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  • Extract of an original letter from Calcutta, relative to the administration of justice by Sir Elijah Impey

    Material description : VI-57-[1] p.
    Note : Note : Parfois attribué à Sir Philip Francis Sources : ESTC
    Imprimeur-libraire : John Debrett (17..-1822)

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  • Documents by this author : Extract of an original letter from Calcutta, 1781
    The Odes, epodes, etc., of Horace / translated by Philip Francis ; and revised by H. J. Pye, 1812
  • Ouvrages de reference : BL ESTC
    Encycl. britannica, 15 ed.
    Princess Grace Irish Library cat. (2003-08-18)
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén. : Francis (Philip), pseud. Junius

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