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Wallace, Thomas Wallace, Baron, 1768-1844 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Thomas Wallace, 1st Baron Wallace British Baron and politician ISNI

Thomas Wallace, 1st Baron Wallace Wikidata

Wallace, Thomas 1768-1844 German National Library

VIAF ID: 28601632 (Personal)


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The anti-union. Library of Congress/NACO
A letter to Lord Viscount Melbourne, etc. on the administration of Earl Mulgrave, as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in relation to the defective application of the law, in cases of dangerous, seditious, and treasonable publications, in which the letter of Daniel O'Connell, Esq. dated December 14, 1835, to the reformers, is particularly considered and analysed, and its tendency to excite to treason and massacre shewn National Library of Ireland
Observations upon the warehousing system and navigation laws with a detailed account of many of the burthens to which the shipping and trade are subjected Library of Congress/NACO
Report from the Select committee appointed to consider of the means of improving and maintaining the foreign trade of the country. Library of Congress/NACO
Three letters addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melbourne, and the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart. on the present state of parties, urging the necessity of union, and suggesting the means by which it is attainable. National Library of Ireland
Twelve letters addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Wallace, M.P., chairman of the Commission of Revenue Inquiry : [on alleged frauds in the Department of Stamps, Edinburgh] National Library of Ireland

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