Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, Volumen 4

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The Earl of Chatham to John Calcraft Esq Dec 18 Lord
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The Earl of Chatham to John Calcraft Esq Jan 21 In reply
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LieutenantColonel Barre to the Earl of Chatham March 8
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The Earl of Chatham to LieutenantColonel Barre Jan 24
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The Earl of Chatham to the Countess of Chatham Jan 26
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The Earl of Chatham to LieutenantColonel Barre Feb 20
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The Earl of Chatham to LieutenantColonel Barre Feb 21
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The Earl of Chatham to the Earl of Shelburne Feb 25
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bill Mr Burkes speech Brief summary of the debate attri
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The same to the same March 17 Proceedings against the printers
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John Calcraft Esq to the Earl of Chatham March 21 Differ
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John Calcraft Esq to the Earl of Chatham March 26 Debate
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he Earl of Chatham to LieutenantColonel Barre March 26 The conduct of the House of Commons flagrantly unjust
135
The same to the same April 7 Rumoured retirement of Lord
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The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham April 9 Lord
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The Earl of Chatham to John Calcraft Esq April 12 Doubts
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The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham April 22 Dur
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The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham April 25
164
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham April 30 Shore
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The Earl of Chatham to Dr Addington August 1 Congratula
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1772
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Junius to the Earl of Chatham January 14 Enclosing
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put in postesrim of Sir Philip Franciss written acknowledgment that he
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David Garrick Esq to the Earl of Chatham February 26
198
The Earl of Chatham to the Countess of Chatham April 9
205
The Earl of Chatham to the Countess of Chatham April 15
213
The Earl of Chatham to John Calcraft Esq August 17 Con
223
Captain Alexander Hood to the Earl of Chatham December 13
235
LieutenantColonel Barre to the Earl of Chatham January 21
242
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham May 18 Dis
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The Earl of Shelburne to the Countess of Chatham April 20
259
The same to the same June 8 Delight at seeing his son Williams
267
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham June 12
273
amiable and affectionate attentions
275
Earl Temple to the Countess of Chatham March 8 Debate
333
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham April 4
339
Lord Lyttleton Thomas second lord to Earl Temple May 17
345
The Honourable William Pitt to the Earl of Chatham July 15
354
The same to the same August 28 Fears that the bond
360
The Honourable William Pitt to the Countess of Chatham
365
The Earl of Chatham to Stephen Sayre Esq Octobers
366
The Earl of Chatham to the Countess of Chatham January 19
372
The Earl of Chatham to the Earl of Shelburne January 21
380
The Earl of Chatham to the Earl of Shelburne January 25
386
Earl Temple to the Earl of Chatham February 1 Laments
393
Lord Camden to the Earl of Chatham February 12 Import
400
The Earl of Chatham to the Marquis of Granby April 7 Con
405
General Carleton to the Earl of Chatham September 21
413
1776
420
Lord Camden to the Countess of Chatham November 22 In reply
426
The Earl of Shelburne to the Countess of Chatham November
427
The same to the same June 3 Regrets that there is no correct
438
Earl Temple to the Earl of Chatham September 28 Congra
444
The Marquis of Rockingham to the Earl of Chatham November
450
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham November 27
461
The Marquis of Rockingham to the Earl of Chatham December 4
470
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham December 23
480
Thomas Coutts Esq to the Countess of Chatham March 21
485
The Countess of Chatham to Thomas Coutts Esq January 22
486
The same to the same January 26 Wishes to communicate
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Earl Temple to the Countess of Chatham February 9 Confusion
497
Earl Temple to the Countess of Chatham February 12
506
The Earl of Shelburne to the Earl of Chatham March 22
513
Lord Camden to the Countess of Chatham May 30 Condolence
519
Lord Camden to the Countess of Chatham June 4 The Chat
527
Copy of Lord Chathams Provisional Bill
533
Inscription on the marble urn raised at Burton Pynsent
548

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