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A political dictionary: explaining the true meaning of words. Illustrated and exemplified in the lives, morals, character and conduct of the following most illustrious personages, among many others. The King, Queen, Prince of Wales, Duke of York, Pope Pius VI. Emperor, King of Prussia, the Tigress of Russia, Dukes of Brunswick, Portland, Richmond, Newcastle, Leeds. Earls Chatham, Fitzwilliam, Darlington, Spencer, Howe, Chesterfield. Lords Grenville, Mornington, Moira, Mountmorris, Mulgrave, Fitzgerald, Harvey. Judges Kenyon and Loughborough. Hon. Frank North. Sirs George Saville, Gilbert Elliot, Francis Molyneux, Watkin Lewes, Roger Curtis, Sydney Smythe, Francis Sykes, Richard Hill. Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, Madam Schwellenbergen. Messrs. Pitt, Fox, Burke, Dumourier, Warren Hastings, Wyndham, Powis, Dundas, Thornton, Wilberforce, Reeves, Arthur Young, George Hanger, Charles Jenkinson, Colonel Tarleton, Brook Watson. Aldermen Curtis, Anderson, Le Mesurier, Sanderson. Bishops and Clergy. Charles I. and Louis XVI. By the late Charles Pigott, Esq. Author of the Jockey Clubs, &c. &c.
- Pigott, Charles, -1794.
- MDCCXCV. 
A lecture on heads, written by George Alexander Stevens, with additions by Mr. Pilon; as delivered by Mr. Charles Lee Lewis, At the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, The Royalty-Theatre, Well-Close-Square, And in various Parts of the Kingdom; Also in the East-Indies. To which is added An essay on satire.
- Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.
- M,DCC,LXXXVIII.