5 edition of Lord Melbourne/s Papers found in the catalog.
March 1, 2001
by Adamant Media Corporation
Written in English
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Lord Melbourne was Prime Minister of England from As mentor and father-figure to the young Queen Victoria, he exerted considerable influence over the first few years of her reign. He was a man to whom career success came rather late - he was forty-eight years old before he held anymajor governmental office.
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The collection is divided into two main sections: Lamb family papers and Rotch/Lawrence family papers. The Lamb family papers contain papers of James Lamb, Sr., datingincluding accounts regarding shares in shipping ventures () in the brigs Trio and Revenge; papers () pertaining to business matters in partnership with his sons James.
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Materials: printer, paper (you can use a slightly heavier paper for a longer lasting book). Synopsis. Lord Melbourne was Prime Minister of England from As mentor and father-figure to the young Queen Victoria, he exerted considerable influence over the first few years of her reign.
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William Lamb Melbourne is the author of Lord Melbourne's Papers ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Letters of a Conservative, i /5(2). Lord Melbourne was born William Lamb, allegedly the second of six children of the 1st Viscount Melbourne and his wife.
Lamb married Lady Caroline Ponsonby (), who gave birth to their only surviving child, George Augustus Frederick, in The couple separated inyears after Lady Caroline’s public affair with poet Lord Byron.
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In this, the first biography in twenty years, Leslie Mitchell uses the Melbourne family papers to explore the man behind the politician at the heart of early Victorian politics. Hardcover, pages Published July 3rd by Oxford University Press/5. Of special importance is the volume, Lord Melbourne's Papers, published in by Messrs.
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Live better."Lord Melbourne has acted in this business, as he has always done toward me, with the greatest kindness and affection. Appears in 23 books from Page 7 - The address against the dispensing power was expressed in most respectful and submissive terms; yet it was very ill received by the king, and his answer contained a flat denial.Decades later an editor selected material from the commonplace book and included it within the book “Lord Melbourne’s Papers”.
Here were two statements penned by the statesman. Emphasis added to excerpts by QI: 1 Never disregard a book because the author of it is a ridiculous fellow.