William Pulteney (1684-1764)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Londres, 22-03-1684
Death : Londres, 07-07-1764
Note :
Comte de Bath. - Homme d'état
Variants of the name : Caleb d'Anvers (1684-1764)
Cal. d'Anvers (1684-1764)
A Freeholder (1684-1764)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8148 0376

Activities of William Pulteney (1684-1764) (24)

Auteur du texte (21)

The Effects to be expected from the East India bill, upon the Constitution of Great Britain, if passed into a law, by William Pulteney,...
The Conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared
A Proper answer to the by-stander
A letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country, upon the motion to address his Majesty to settle 100, 000 1. per annum on his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales...
The Case of the sinking fund, and the right of the publick creditors to it considered at large
An Humble address to the knights, citizens and burgesses elected to represent the Commons of Great Britain in the ensuing Parliament
The Politicks on both sides, with regard to foreign affairs
An Enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs
The Case of the revival of the salt duty, fully stated
The Craftsman, being a critique on the times, by Caleb d'Anvers [Nicholas Amhurst, lord Bolingbroke and William Pulteney]. 3d edition
A Proper reply to a late scurrilous libel intitled : Sedition and defamation display'd, in a letter to the author, by Caleb d'Anvers [William Pulteney]
A proper reply to a late scurrilous libel, entitled, Sedition and defamation display'd
A Short view of the state of affairs, with relation to Great Britain for four years past
Some considerations on the national debts, the sinking fund, and the state of publick credit
A Letter from a member of Parliament to a friend in the country concerning the sum of 115.000 l. granted for the service of the civil list
A Second letter from a member of parliament to his friend in the country
The Craftsman, being a critique on the times, by Caleb d'Anvers [Nicholas Amhurst, lord Bolingbroke and William Pulteney]. 3d edition
A Report from the committee appointed by order of the House of commons to examine Christopher Layer and others,... reported on the first of March, 1722, by... William Pulteney,... chairman of the said Committee, together with the appendixes containing examinations, letters and other papers...
Remarques sur une lettre au craftsman, adressée à l'auteur de cette lettre. - [3]
A Letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country, giving his reasons for opposing the farther extension of the excise laws...
La politique des deux partis, par rapport aux affaires du dehors. - [4]

Auteur présumé du texte (2)

An Answer to the considerations, occasioned by the Craftsman upon excise, so far as it relates to the tobacco trade
An Answer to one part of a late infamous libel, intitled, Remarks on the Craftsman's vindication of his two honourable patrons

Dédicataire (1)

To the Right Honourable William Baron of Hedon, Viscount of Pulteney of Wrington an Earl of Bath, this Plan of Shrewsbury

See also (6)