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Bath, William Pulteney ¬of¬

Record IDcnp02124039
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp02124039
Gendermale
Biographical Data1684 - 1764
Place of BirthLeicester, County
Place of DeathLondon
Last Edit2019-09-26

General Note

Comte de Bath. Homme d'état.
Engl. Adeliger (Earl of Bath) und Politiker.
22. März 1684 bis 7. Juli 1764, erster Earl of Bath, 1705 bis 1734 Member of Parliament, 1714 bis 1717 Kriegsminister unter König Georg I., begraben unter dem Westminster Abbey, die Stadt Poultney, Vermont und der Poultney River wurden nach ihm benannt [Sources: Wikipedia-Artikel]

More Information

Further Biographical Data1684-1764
22.03.1684-07.07.1764
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)English
ActivityEarl of Bath
Personen der Geschichte (Politiker und historische Persönlichkeiten) (16.5p) (sswd)
Politiker (gnd)
Geographic NoteGroßbritannien
GB (iso3166)
NationalityBritish

Place of Activity

Place of BirthLondon
Birthplace and place of death
Place of ActivityLondon
Wirkungsort
Place of DeathLondon
Birthplace and place of death
London
Sterbeort

Names

HeadingBath, William Pulteney ¬of¬
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Pulteney, William
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany); Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom); British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - GK Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Pulteney, William
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Variant NameBath, William Pulteney ¬of¬
Bath, Earl of, William Pulteney
Pulteney, Willhelm
Pulteney Bath, William ¬of¬
Pulteney of Bath, William
Pulteny, William
Pulteney, Wilhelm
PseudonymAners, Caleb ¬d'¬
Pseud.
Avners, Caleb ¬d'¬
Pseud.
Cal. d'Anvers
Pseudonyme
Caleb d'Anvers
Pseudonyme
Freeholder, A
Pseudonyme

Sources

Found inBN Cat. gén.. — DNB. — BL ESTC. — BL Gen. cat.. — DNB=Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath, 1684.3.22-1764.7.7. — LoC-NA
Imprint SourcesAn humble address to the knights, citizens and burgesses elected to represent the Commons of Great Britain in the ensuing Parliament /by a freeholder, 1734
Pulteney, William: An enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, from the year *. - 1734
Pulteney, William: Die neuentdeckte Grossbritannische Hauptverrätherey nach dem .. Beri*. - 1723
T005529: his The Discovery: or, the squire turn'd ferret. An excellent new ballad, 1727 (1726) anon. attributed to Alexander Pope, in collaboration with William Pulteney
The conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared... / William Pulteney, 1742

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