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Lees, Harcourt, Sir, 1776-1852 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

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VIAF ID: 243426557 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0003  8586  9794 

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Abeja National Library of Ireland
The address of Sir H. Lees Bt. to the Orangemen of Ireland National Library of Ireland
An address to the King's friends, throughout the British Empire, on the present aweful and critical state of Great Britain, containing just and necessary strictures on a late speech of Henry Brougham, Esq. in the House of Lords in defence of the Queen. National Library of Ireland
The Antidote, or constitutional sentinel National Library of Ireland
A compendium of anti-popish works ... National Library of Ireland
(Confidential.) Black Rock, April 1, 1822.Sir, Embarked as we are in the same cause - feeling a common interest in the preservation of our inestimable constitution, ... National Library of Ireland
The crisis; or, Patriotism explained, and Popery exposed; in four letters, addressed to that upright and eloquent barrister Daniel O'Connell, Esq. Seventh edition. National Library of Ireland
A cursory view of the present state of Ireland. Fifteenth edition. By Sir Harcourt Lees, Bart. author of the "Antidote," "L'Abeja," &c. National Library of Ireland
The free traders, or, The fatal effects of cabinet incapacity, 1826: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
L'Abeja; or, a bee among the evangelicals. National Library of Ireland
A letter to Mr. Wilberforce; containing some reflections on a late address of Lord John Russell's, and the past and present conduct of the Whigs National Library of Ireland
Most important. Trial of Sir Harcourt Lees, Bart. : Before Chief Justice B- and Serjeant Flummery, on Saturday, the 11th January, 1823, by a jury of special dust Churchmen, on charges of barretry, and eaves-dropping. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The mystery: being a short but decisive counter reply to the few friendly hints of the Rev. Charles B. Stennett, at present an officiating Popish priest in the Religious College of Maynooth, and late a lieutenant of grenadiers in the North York Regiment of Militia. National Library of Ireland
Nineteen pages of advice to the Protestant freemen and freeholders of the city of Dublin : containing observations on the speeches and conduct of a late aggregate meeting in Liffey-Street Chapel, the first of June; ... National Library of Ireland
The rehersal: King and Constitution, or, Pope and Catholic Emancipation. Recommended to the attention of the most stupid of the Protestant advocates for unrestricted civil liberty. National Library of Ireland
The seventh edition of The antidote; or, "Nouvelles a la main." : Recommended to the serious attention of every Protestant in the Empire, ... a few additional notes are affixed ti=o this work National Library of Ireland
Sir Harcourt Lees' answer to the Lord Mayor and Corporation of Dublin, on receiving the vote of thanks passed unanimously at the last quarter assembly, ... National Library of Ireland
Strictures on the Rev. Lieutenant Stennetts's Hints to Sir Harcourt Lees, by the Anti-jacobean British Review, for September; to which is prefixed, a short introduction, containing a most import letter from a gentleman ... intended for the Popish priesthood. National Library of Ireland
Theological extracts; National Library of Ireland

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