laconic epistle addressed to his Royal Highness the Duke of York
Read Online

laconic epistle addressed to his Royal Highness the Duke of York containing some cursory remarks on the late expedition, by a military officer : The second edition, to which is subjoined, the substance of a speech delivered by the Right Hon. Henry Dundas in the House of Commons ... February the 10th, 1800 .... by Military Officer.

  • 747 Want to read
  • ·
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by printed by W. Glindon; sold by Messrs. Egerton, and Debrett in [London] .
Written in English


  • Frederick Augustus, -- Duke of York and Albany, -- 1763-1827.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reference: ESTC t37455 (1st ed., 1800).

ContributionsMelville, Henry Dundas, Viscount, 1742-1811., Glindon, William, printer., Debrett, John, 1752-1822, bookseller., Egerton, Thomas, fl. 1784-1830, bookseller.
The Physical Object
Pagination20,34 p. : 8vo.
Number of Pages2034
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20200840M

Download laconic epistle addressed to his Royal Highness the Duke of York


TO HER ROYAL Highness the Princess of Wales with the Tragedy of Cato. Nov. - $ Title: To Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales with the Tragedy of Cato. Nov. To Sir Godfrey Kneller on his picture of the King. [Poems. By the Right Hon. J. Addison.]Publisher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United :// (London, Printed for the Royal Society, ), by Royal Society (Great Britain) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The life of Sir Robert Moray, soldier, statesman and man of science () (London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and co., ), by Alexander Robertson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)   Curiously enough, Dr. Whewell, at that time Master of Trinity, did not think it necessary to make a formal entry of the Royal undergraduate, but in , when visiting Cambridge in order to enter his son, the late Duke of Clarence, as a student of Trinity, the King expressed the opinion that it was a pity that his own entry had not been   A reply to the Duke of Atholl’s Address of 10th April, and Statement of his Case. Isle of Man.—Analysis of the Petition of the 24 Keys of the 16th April London: printed by B. M’Millan, Bow Street, Covent Garden, Printer to His Royal Highness the Prince of

Full text of "Memoirs of the Rev. Legh Richmond, A.M., of Trinity College, Cambridge; REctor of Turvey, Bedfordshire; and Chaplain to His Royal Highness the late Duke of Kent See other formats Full text of "The tour of Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York through the dominion of Canada in the year " See other formats Babylon, by Samuel Pordage of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., author of the tragedy of “Herod and Mariamne.”’ This play had been licensed by L'Estrange on 2 Nov. , and acted at the Duke's Theatre not long after the production at the Theatre Royal of Nathaniel Lee's ‘Rival Queens;’ and Statira and Roxana, the ‘rival queens,’ were principal characters in Pordage's stupid rhymed tragedy :Dictionary_of. An Heroic Epistle to G. L Wardle, Esq. on his Charges preferred against his Royal Highness the Duke of York. 2s. 6d. Memoirs of the King's Supremacy, and of the Rise, Progress, and Results of the Supremacy of the Pope, in different Ages and Nations, so far as relates to Civil ://

  ILLUSTRATIONS 1. QUEEN MARY (From the portrait by Sir Antonio Moro in the Prado Museum, Madrid) 2. CHARLES V AS A BOY (From the portrait by an unknown artist of the Flemish School in the National Gallery of Scotland) 3. TREATY BETWEEN FRANCIS I AND CARDINAL WOLSEY FOR AN ALLIANCE DEPENDING ON A MARRIAGE BETWEEN HENRY, DUKE OF   Leonard Welsted ( - August ) was an English poet. Welsted was born at Abington, Northamptonshire. His father, also Leonard Welsted, was prebendary of York, and rector of Abington from to , when he became vicar of St. Nicholas, Newcastle. He married, in , Anne, daughter of Thomas Staveley, a lawyer and antiquary, and died on 13 Nov. , 2 years after his   An Epistle of the moste myghty and redouted Prince, Henry the VIII., by the Grace of God, Kyng of England, and of Fraunce, Lorde of Irelande, defender of the faithe, and supreme head of the church of England, nexte under Christe, writen to the Emperours Maiestie, to all Christen Princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Highness and other noblemen, and presented by you to his Royal Highness in a private interview. His Royal Highness commands me to state that that request will receive his most attentive consideration. At the same time, his Royal Highness also commands me to observe that, in bringing about the completion of a result desired by all parties, it is