Basil Montagu

Basil Montagu (24 April 1770 – 27 November 1851) was a British jurist, barrister, writer and philanthropist. He was educated at Charterhouse and studied law at Cambridge. He was significantly involved in reforms to bankruptcy laws of Britain. He served as Accountant-General in Bankruptcy between 1835 and 1846. He was highly influenced by the writings of Francis Bacon. He was the son of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, and his mistress, singer Martha Ray. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1827
W. Pickering

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1818
Printed for R. Hunter

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1819
J. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1815
J. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1837
H. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1844
H. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1822
Printed for J. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1845
H. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1822
Printed for J. Butterworth and Son and J. Cooke

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1826
J. and W.T. Clarke and Joseph Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1809
Printed for J. Butterworth

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1824
G. Lamson

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1812
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1825
Printed for J. and W.T. Clarke

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1829
J. and W.T. Clarke

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1829
J. and W.T. Clarke

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1829
J. and W.T. Clarke

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1834
W. Pickering

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1809
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme

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by Montagu, Basil
Published 1818
Printed by R. and A. Taylor