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James Graham

James Graham

James Graham, 1792-1861,

Biographical Details

  • First name: James
  • Last name: Graham
  • Birth date: 1792
  • Death date: 1861,
  • Creations: Language material, Manuscript language material
  • Other details: Author, Associated name
  • Permalink: http://biography.lawi.org.uk/james-graham/ (Stable identifier)

Other names of James Graham

  • Graham, J. R. G.
  • Graham, J. R. G. (Sir)
  • Graham, James
  • Graham, James Robert George
  • Graham, James Robert George (2nd baronet of Netherby)
  • Graham, James Robert George (Sir)
  • Graham, James (Sir)
  • James Graham (brittisk politiker)
  • James Graham (politicien britannique)
  • James Robert George Graham (britischer Politiker)
  • Sir James Graham, 2nd Baronet (British statesman)
  • Грейам, Джеймс
  • ジェームズ・グラハム
  • Graham, J. R. G.‏
  • Graham, James G. R.
  • Graham, James George Robert
  • James Graham (Brits politicus (1792-1861))

People related with James Graham

  • Anglesey, Henry William Paget Marquis of, 1768-1854
  • Author of “Outlines for an Irish Poor Law.”
  • Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley (14th earl of, 1799-1869)
  • Heytesbury, William A’Court Baron, 1779 -1860
  • Hill, John Sir, 1774-1855
  • Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland. Parliamentary Committee
  • Oastler, Richard (1789-1861)
  • Peel, Robert Sir, 1788-1850
  • Stopford, Edward Bp. of Meath
  • Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley Earl of, 1799-1869

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  • James Graham in the Sudoc authority data: View
  • James Graham in the Wikidata information: www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q333983
  • James Graham in the Wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_James_Graham,_2nd_Baronet

Publications by James Graham

Robert Peel

Robert Peel

Robert Peel, 1788-1850

Biographical Details

  • First name: Robert
  • Last name: Peel
  • Birth date: 1788
  • Death date: 1850
  • Creations: bc, bm, Computer file, Language material, Manuscript language material, Text
  • Roles: Author, Contributor
  • Permalink: http://biography.lawi.org.uk/robert-peel/ (Stable identifier)

Other names of Robert Peel

  • Peel, Politiker
  • Peel, Robert
  • Peel, Robert (Sir)
  • Peel, Robert (Sir, 2nd Bart)
  • Peel, Robert (Sir, Bart)
  • Peel, Sir Robert
  • Peel, Sir Robert (English statesman and collector, 1788-1850)
  • Robert Peel (britischer Staatsmann und Politiker)
  • Robert Peel (British Conservative statesman)
  • Robert Peel (britisk politikar)
  • Robert Peel (britisk politiker)
  • Robert Peel (Brits politicus)
  • Robert Peel (brittisk politiker)
  • Robert Peel (personnalité politique britannique)
  • Robert Peel (politico britannico)
  • Robert Peel (polityk brytyjski)
  • Robert Pel
  • Robert Pil
  • Roberts Pīls
  • Robertus Peel
  • Sir Robert Peel
  • Пиль, Роберт
  • Роберт Пел
  • Роберт Пиль
  • Роберт Піль
  • Робърт Пийл
  • Робэрт Піл
  • რობერტ პილი
  • רוברט פיל
  • رابرت پیل (سیاست‌مدار بریتانیایی)
  • روبرت بيل
  • रॉबर्ट पील
  • रोर्वट पिल
  • โรเบิร์ต พีล
  • ロバート・ピール
  • 罗伯特·皮尔

People related with Robert Peel

  • Cardwell, Edward
  • Conroy, John Sir, 1786-1854
  • Great Britain Prime Minister (1834-1835 : Peel) (see also from)
  • Great Britain Prime Minister (1841-1846 : Peel) (see also from)
  • Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Library
  • John Boyd Thacher Collection (Library of Congress)
  • Laveleye, Émile de (1822-1892)
  • Mason, William Shaw (1774-1853)
  • Parker, Charles Stuart
  • Parker, Charles Stuart (1829- [from old catalog])
  • peel robert
  • Peel, Arthur George Villiers (1868-1956)
  • Peel, George Hon., 1868-
  • Peel, Robert (1822-1895; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
  • Stanhope, Philip Henry (fifth earl of, 1805-1875.)
  • Stanhope, Philip Henry Stanhope Earl, 1805-1875
  • Victoria (reine de Grande-Bretagne ; (1819-1901)

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  • Robert Peel in the Sudoc authority data: View
  • Robert Peel in the Wikidata information: www.wikidata.org/wiki/Robert_Peel
  • Robert Peel in the Wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q181875

Publications by Robert Peel

Workers’ Educational Association

Workers’ Educational Association

Workers’ Educational Association

Biographical Details

Other names of Workers’ Educational Association

  • W.E.A.
  • WEA
  • WEA Northern Ireland
  • WEA South Wales
  • Workers’ Education Association
  • Workers’ Educational Association
  • WORKERS EDUC ASSOC (STH EASTERN DIS
  • Workers Educational Association (Other to be defined)

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Publications by Workers’ Educational Association

Matthew Hale

Matthew Hale

Matthew Hale, 1609-1676

Biographical Details

  • First name: Matthew
  • Last name: Hale
  • Birth date: 1609
  • Death date: 1676
  • Creations: Language material, Manuscript language material, Text
  • Roles: Annotator, Author
  • Other details: Author
  • Permalink: http://biography.lawi.org.uk/matthew-hale/ (Stable identifier)

Other names of Matthew Hale

  • Author of Difficiles nugae
  • Difficiles nugae, Author of
  • Hale, M.
  • Hale, Mathew
  • Hale, Mathews
  • Hale, Matthaeus
  • Hale, Matthew
  • Hale, Matthew (Judge)
  • Hale, Matthew (Sir)
  • Hale, Matthew (Sir; (Spirit))
  • Hale, Matthew ((Spirit))
  • Hales, Matthew
  • Hales, Matthew (Mr)
  • Hales, Matthew (Sir)
  • Learned Hand
  • Matthew Hale
  • Matthew Hale (English barrister, judge and lawyer noted for his treatise Historia Placitorum Coronæ)
  • Matthew Hale (Jurist und Politiker)
  • Person of great learning and judgment
  • Matthew Hale (rechter uit Koninkrijk Engeland (1609-1676))

Publishers related with Matthew Hale, 1609-1676

University of Chicago PressG.G. & J. Robinson & othersButterworthT. CadellEdw. Sayer Esq.G.G. and J. Robinson

People related with Matthew Hale

  • Butler, Charles (1750-1832)
  • Coke, Edward Sir, 1552-1634
  • Emlyn, Sollom
  • Fitzherbert, Anthony (1470-1538)
  • Hargrave, Francis (1741?-1821)
  • Littleton, Thomas Sir, -1481
  • Nottingham, Heneage Finch Earl of, 1621-1682
  • Suringar, Gerard Tjaard Nicolaas (Leeuwarden)
  • Wilson, George -1816
  • Wyndham, Wadham (1610-1668)
  • Yale, D. E. C.
  • שלמה בן משה
  • Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
  • Runnington, Charles

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  • Matthew Hale in the Wikidata information: www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q130059
  • Matthew Hale in the Wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Hale_(jurist)

Publications by Matthew Hale