2 edition of A letter to the Rev. Christopher Wyvill found in the catalog.
A letter to the Rev. Christopher Wyvill
by printed [for the Society for Constitutional Information] in the year in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2503, no. 16.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
Pastor, Light of the World West Bowles Avenue Littleton, CO Phone: By Sr. Christopher Wyvill baronet, one of His Majesties justices of the peace in those parts: and now profered to the eyes of them all (York: printed by Stephen Bulkley, and are to be sold by Richard Lambart bookseller, ), by Christopher Wyvill (HTML at EEBO TCP).
Of Pitt it was likewise alleged that Wilberforce was to him ‘the whole people of England’, because he represented its most populous county, Yorkshire, as his friend and had ousted the Whigs.1 Wilberforce and his colleague Duncombe, the nominees of the Yorkshire Association in , when at the instigation of the Rev. Christopher Wyvill it. Contents are as follow: Volume 1 1. Remarks on the Rev. Christopher Wyvill's Late Advertisement, Address, & Speeches at York, in a Letter to the Worthy and Loyal Freeholders of Yorkshire. By a Freeholder of Hang-West. [York?]: np, MDCCXCVI . , 18pp. ESTC: T (2 copies: St. Patrick's Coll. Lib., Maynooth and York Minster Lib.). 2.
46 Political Papers, Chiefly Respecting the Attempt of the County of York, and Other Considerable Districts, Commenced in , and Continued during Several Subsequent Years, to Effect a Reformation of the Parliament of Great-Britain: Collected by the Rev. Christopher Wyvill, Chairman of the Late Committee of Association of the County of York Cited by: 2. 20 A Letter to the Author of the Lucubrations During a Short Recess (London, ). Pitt was identified as author by Sir John Sinclair, who wrote the original Lucubrations. See letter from Sinclair to Rev. Christopher Wyvill, 28 Nov. , in Wyvill, (ed.), Political Papers Chiefly Respecting the Reformation of the Parliament of Great-Britain Cited by: 7.
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A letter to the Rev. Christopher Wyvill chairman of the late Committee of Association of the county of York, on the present state of this country; by a Yorkshireman.
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Wyvill with the Right Honourable William Pitt, Thoughts on our. Christopher Wyvill, D.D. was an eminent Anglican priest in the first half of the 18th century. The seventh son of Sir Christopher Wyvill, 3rd Baronet, M.P. for Richmond, he was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge.
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