Thomas Whately

Thomas Whately (1726 – 26 May 1772), an English politician and writer, was a Member of Parliament (1761–1768), who served as Commissioner on the Board of Trade, as Secretary to the Treasury under Lord Grenville, and as Under-secretary of State under Lord North (1771–1772). As an M.P. he published a letter on the reasonableness of the Stamp Act, 1765, which earns him a place in the events that led to the American Revolution. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1765
printed for J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and may be had at the Pamphlet-Shops at the Royal-Exchange, and Charing-Cross

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1771
Printed for T. Payne

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1765
Printed for J. Wilkie

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by Whately, Thomas
Printed by T. Milbourn, for the author

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1766
printed for J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's-Church-Yard

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1765
printed for J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and may be had at the Pamphlet-Shops at the Royal-Exchange, and Charing-Cross

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1785
printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews-Gate, Castle-Street, St. Martin's

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1793
printed by G. Stafford, for T. Payne, at the Mews-Gate

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1771
printed for T. Payne, at the Mews-Gate

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1770
printed for T. Payne, at the Mews-Gate

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1777
printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews-Gate

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1770
printed for T. Payne, at the Mews-Gate

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1769
London, printed, and Dublin, re-printed, by Charles Ingham, in Skinner-Row

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by Whately, Thomas
Published 1770
printed for James Williams, at No. 5, in Skinner-Row