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Тенденции аграрного развития России первой половины XVII столетия ... - Page 96
by Леонид Васильевич Милов, М. Б Булгаков, Ирина Марковна Гарскова - 1809 - 303 pages
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Librarian, Being an Account of Scarce, Valuable, and Useful ..., Volume 1

James Savage - 1808
...Order of the House of Commons for Copies of all correspondence since the 1st of May, 1807, between the first Lord of the Treasury or the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and the Governor and Deputy Governor of the Bank ; on the subject of the management of the national...
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A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings Upon the Charges ...

Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle - Trials (Military offenses) - 1809 - 700 pages
...examined ? A. The course of application for appointments of this nature, and all other appeintmenls in the gift of the Treasury, as far as I know is this...the First Lord of the Treasury, or the Chancellor of lb.e Exchequer, or more indirectly to those persons through the channel of one of the secretaries of...
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The Investigation of the Charges Brought Against His Royal ..., Volume 1

Prince Frederick Augustus (Duke of York and Albany), Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle - Trials (Military offenses) - 1809 - 564 pages
...application for appointments of this nature, and all other appointments in the gift of the Treasury, as far 1 know is this : that an application is either made directly to the first Lord of the Treasury or theChancellorof the Exchequer, or more indirectly to those persons through the channel of one of the...
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History of the Proceedings of the House of Commons, in the Inquiry Into the ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Corruption investigation - 1809 - 852 pages
...application for appointments of this nature, and all other appointments in the gift of the Tri-a-stiry, as far as I know, is this : that an application is either made directly to the first Ix>rd of the Treasury, or the Chancellor of the Kxcheqtier, or more indirectly to thost: persons through...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates ..., Volume 1

Great Britain. Parliament - 1809
...private secretaries of those, persoSs: sometimes, nay frequently, applications are made verbally', either to the First Lord of the Treasury, or the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who makes a memorandum of the application, and it is then noted in the mémorandum book kept by his...
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History of the proceedings of the House of Commons: in the inquiry into the ...

1809 - 852 pages
...private secretaries ot lhos« persons: sometimes, nay frequently, applications are made VIM bally either to the First Lord of the Treasury, or the Chancellor of the Ejtfhequer, who makes a memorandum of the application, and it is then noted in the memorandum book...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ..., Volume 12

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1812
...this kind to the Treasury ; and whether you recollect any application either of Mr. Rd. Manby, мг of the gentleman who has just been examined ? The...the Treasury or the Chancellor of the Exchequer, or mora indirectly to those persons through the channel of one of the Secretaries of the Ticasury, or...
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London, Volume 5

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1843
...judges will soon come to preside; and the Court of Exchequer has long ceased to have any connexion with the First Lord of the Treasury or the Chancellor of the Exchequer. It was originally a court in which controverted cases arising out of the collection of the revenue...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Thomas Curson Hansard - Great Britain - 1846
...grave a one, that he thought it ought not to he referred to this Committee in the first place, but that the First Lord of the Treasury or the Chancellor of the Exchequer should first come forward and say what were the inconveniences of this nature which they apprehended...
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London Exhibited in 1852, ...

John Weale - London (England) - 1852 - 910 pages
...discuss any details of the business. The governor and the deputygovernor carry on the negotiations with the First Lord of the Treasury, or the Chancellor of the Exchequer. The court receive about 8000/. yearly, and have under them a staff of a thousand officers, clerks,...
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