Philip Carteret Webb

Philip Carteret Webb (14 August 1702 – 22 June 1770) was an English barrister, involved with the 18th-century antiquarian movement.

He became a member of the London Society of Antiquaries in 1747, and as its lawyer, was responsible for securing the incorporation of the Society in 1751. This act was important in putting the society on level terms, in terms of finance and national prestige, with the Royal Society, which some antiquaries saw as a rival.

Webb has remembered also as an agent of the crown in the ''North Briton'' scandal (1763), assisting Robert Wood to seize the papers of radical journalist John Wilkes, whose inflammatory writings had offended the king. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1745
printed for E. Say, in Warwick-Lane ; and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal-Exchange, Temple-Bar, Charing-Cross, and at the Court of Request

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1742
printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1745
printed by E. Say, in Warwick-Lane; and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal-Exchange, Temple-Bar, Charing-Cross, and in the Court of Request

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1745
printed by E. Say, in Warwick-Lane; and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal-Exchange, Temple-Bar, Charing-Cross, and in the Court of Request

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1745
printed for E. Say, in Warwick-Lane; and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal-Exchange, Temple-Bar, Charing-Cross, and at the Court of Request

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1758

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1758

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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1758
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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1756
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by Webb, Philip Carteret
Published 1756
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