Works by and about George Canning - British Museum Library Catalogue

Source: British Museum Catalogue pre-1976 Catalogue]

  • 1] A Poetical Epistle to the Right Hon. George Canning, &c., &c., &c. and other poems.
  • The introduction signed: A] pp.97. Hodges & M’Arthur: Dublin, 1827. 8o.
  • 2] George Canning and his Friends. Containing hitherto unpublished letters, jeux d’esprit, etc. Edited by Captain J. Bagot. With illustrations. 2 vol. John Murray: London, 1909. 8o.
  • 3] Reflections on Slavery: in reply to certain passages of a speech recently delivered by Mr. Canning. Addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Dacre. By a Barrister [Joseph Beldam]. pp.25. Hatchard & Son; J. & A. Arch: London, 1826. 8o.
  • 4] The Battle of the Blocks, an heroic poem, [on the occasion of the duel between Lord Castlereagh and Mr. Canning], in three cantos. By the author of the Fantoccini. Ms. notes. pp.36. Maxwell & Wilson; Richards: London, 1809] 8o.
  • 5] Canning’s first Constituency: historical accuracy. [Correspondence between A. B. Beaven and W. A. Phillips] Reprinted from the Manchester Guardian. pp.10. “Guardian” General Printing Works: Manchester, [1904] 8o.
  • 6] The Life of the Rt. Hon. George Canning. [Another copy] pp.368. London, 1846. 8o.
  • 7] Canning. Su monument. 8o. Buenos Aires, 1937. pp.48: plates. 25 cm.
  • 8] A Discourse occasioned by the Death of the Right Hon. Geo. Canning, etc. pp.34. I. Fletcher: Southampton, 1827. 8o.
  • 9] Historical Characters: Mackintosh, Talleyrand, Canning, Cobbett, Peel … Fifth edition. [A reissue] pp.viii. 591. R. Bentley & Son: London, 1876 [1875]. 8o. Macmillan & Co.: London, 1900. 8o.
  • 10] Historical Characters: Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning. Title New edition. 2 vol. Richard Bentley: London, 1868 [1867]. 8o. pp.viii. 507. Richard Bentley: London, 1870. 8o.
  • 11] A Biographical Memoir of the late Right Honorable George Canning … [By Thomas Forster, F.L.S] To which is added, the whole of his satires, odes, songs and other poems. pp.xlviii. 48. J. Gardiner: Brussels, 1827. 8o.
  • 12] A Brief Exposition of the Foreign Policy of Mr. Canning, as contrasted with that of the existing administration. [Another copy] pp.50. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1830. 8o.
  • 13] A Letter from a New Member of the House of Commons to the Right Hon. George Canning on the Probable Safety in resuming Cash Payments. [By Gerard Callaghan] pp.50. John Murray: London, 1819. 8o.
  • 14] A Letter to Mr. Canning on Agricultural Distress. By a Country Gentleman. pp.32. Longman: London, 1823. 8o.
  • 15] A Letter to the Earl Camden containing a full, correct, and authentic narrative of the transactions connected with the late duel. [Another edition] To the Earl Camden, etc. [Other copies] pp.viii. 46. James Ridgway: London, 1809. 8o. pp.31. L. Hansard & Sons: London, [1809] 4o.
  • 16] A Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, on his Proposed Motion in favour of Catholic Emancipation. [By Thomas Lewis O’Beirne] pp.67. J. Hatchard: London, 1812. 8o.
  • 17] A Poetical Epistle to the Right Honourable George Canning by a Student of Lincoln’s Inn. pp.24. R. P. Moore: London, 1825. 8o.
  • 18] A Refutation of the Principal Arguments contained in a pamphlet, entitled “A short view of the recent changes; in which the question, Does Mr. Canning’s Government merit the confidence of the country? is impartially discussed.”. pp.43. William Marsh: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 19] A Short View of the Recent Changes; in which the question, Does Mr. Canning’s Government merit the confidence of the country? is impartially discussed. pp.50. James Ridgway: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 20] A Solemn Appeal to the Common Sense of England, against the principles of the Right Honourable George Canning and his associates. By a lay Protestant. pp.64. John Stephens: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 21] A Tribute of Respect to the Memory of the late Right Hon. George Canning, by an Inhabitant of Cheltenham. [Another copy] pp.28. The Author: [Cheltenham?] 1827. 12o.
  • 22] An Account of the Illness and Death of the Right Honourable Mr. Canning. W. Fordyce: Newcastle,
  • 1827] s. sh. fol.
  • 23] An Answer to the Strictures of the Quarterly Review, No. 4, upon the letters of the Right Hon. G. Canning to Earl Camden, Lord President of the Council. pp.51. John Stockdale: London, 1810. 8o.
  • 24] An Appeal for Ireland, in a Letter to the Rt. Hon. Geo. Canning. pp.21. T. & J. Allman: London, 1825. 8o.
  • 25] Corrected report of speeches delivered … in the House of Commons … relative to the affairs of Portugal. Third edition. [Another edition] On the Policy of Granting Aid to Portugal when invaded by Spain; House of Commons, December 12, 1826. [Another edition] Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning on moving the consideration of the King’s Message on the relations subsisting between Great Britain and Portugal. House of Commons-Dec. 12, 1826. London: James Ridgway, 1827. pp.61. 8o.
  • 26] Corrected Report of Speeches delivered by the Right Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons December 12, 1826, on the motion for an address to the King, in answer to his Majesty’s Message relative to the affairs of Portugal. Title Second edition. pp.61. James Ridgway: London, 1826. 8o. pp.61. James Ridgway: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 27] Corrected report of the speech delivered by the Right Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons, March 1st, 1827, on the corn laws. London: James Ridgway, 1827. pp.43. 8o.
  • 28] Corrected Report of the Speech of … George Canning … on the 30th April 1822; in moving for leave to bring in a bill to restore to Roman Catholic peers their right of sitting and voting in Parliament. pp.61. John Murray: London, 1822. 8o.
  • 29] Corrected Report of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, May 6th. on Mr. Lambton’s motion for a censure on Mr. Canning’s embassy to Lisbon. [Other copies] pp.112. John Murray: London, 1817. 8o.
  • 30] Corrected Report of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning in the House of Commons, 25th April, 1822, on Lord John Russell’s motion for a reform of Parliament. [Another edition] pp.65. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1822. 8o. 1822.
  • 31] Corrected Report of the Speech of the Right Honourable George Canning, in the House of Commons, on … February 15th, 1825, on the motion for leave to bring in a bill for the suppression of unlawful associations in Ireland. pp.62. John Murray: London, 1825. 8o.
  • 32] Discours de M. Canning. [On the affairs of Portugal. December 12, 1826]
  • 33] Extracto del discurso del Señor Canning … pronunciado en la Cámara de los Comunes el 31 de Enero de 1809, con motivo de las aberturas de paz, remitidas desde Erfurth. pp.31. Valencia, 1809. 4o.
  • 34] Fairburn’s Genuine Edition of the Suppressed Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, printed verbatim from the original copy. To which are added Mr. Canning’s letter to the author; the author’s reply, etc. pp.16. John Fairburn: London, 1818. 8o.
  • 35] Memoir of the Right Hon. George Canning. 1828.
  • 36] Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable George Canning. [By John Styles?]. 2 vol. Thomas Tegg: London, 1828. 8o.
  • 37] New Morality. A poem.
  • 38] Observations sur le discours prononcé dans la Chambre des Communes le 14 avril 1823, par M. Canning … et sur les dernières négociations qui ont eu lieu entre la France et l’Angleterre relativement à l’Espagne. pp.118. Paris, 1823. 8o.
  • 39] Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning.
  • 40] Recueil des discours prononcés au Parlement d’Angleterre par George Canning; traduit de l’anglais par M. Haudry de Janvry. [With “Précis historique de la vie de George Canning” by R. Therry. Translated from the English by H. de Janvry. With a portrait] 2 tom. Paris, 1832. 8o.
  • 41] Satires, Songs, and Odes, on Various Subjects.
  • 42] Select Speeches of the Right Honourable George Canning; with a preliminary biographical sketch, and an appendix, of extracts from his writings and speeches. Edited by Robert Walsh. pp.xxxvii. 583. Key & Biddle: Philadelphia, 1835. 8o.
  • 43] [Selected writings]
  • 44] Some Official Correspondence of George Canning. Edited, with notes, by E. J. Stapleton. 2 vol. Longmans & Co.: London, 1887. 8o.
  • 45] Some Points in the Question of the Silk Trade stated in a Letter addressed to the Right Hon. George Canning, etc.
  • Signed: One who is no Enemy to Free Trade on Just Principles] pp.16. W. Baynes & Son: London, 1826. 4o.
  • 46] Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … in the House of Commons, on Thursday, March 4, 1819, in proposing votes of thanks to the Marquis of Hastings, and the British Army in India. [Another copy] pp.50. Black, Kingsbury, Parbury & Allen: London, 1819. 8o.
  • 47] Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … on laying before the House of Commons the papers in explanation of the measures adopted by His Majesty’s government with a view of ameliorating the condition of the Negro slaves in the West Indies on … the 17th of March, 1824. To which is added, an Order in Council, for improving the condition of the slaves in Trinidad. pp.78. Lupton Relfe & Hatchard & Son: London, 1824. 8o.
  • 48] Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, to his constituents at Liverpool, March 18, 1820, at the celebration of his fourth election. Title Second edition, revised and corrected. [Another edition] Fourth edition, revised and corrected. [Another edition] Fourth edition, revised and corrected. [Another edition] MS. notes. [Other copies] The Principles and Tendency of Radical Reform pointed out in the speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, to his constituents at Liverpool … March 18, 1820, etc. pp.43. John Murray: London, 1820. 8o. pp.32. Guardian Office: London, 1820. 8o. pp.32. P. Kelleher: London, 1820. 8o. pp.32. P. Kelleher: London, 1820. 8o. 1820. pp.16. F. Humble & Co.: Durham,
  • 1820] 8o. pp.22. W. Clowes: London, 1820. 12o.
  • 49] Speech of the Right Honourable George Canning, in the House of Commons, on Wednesday January 29, 1817, on the motion for an address to … the Prince Regent on his … Speech from the Throne … Containing all the passages which were omitted in the daily papers. [Another edition] pp.30. J. Hatchard: London, 1817. 8o. 1817.
  • 50] Speech of the Right Honourable George Canning, to the freemen and inhabitants of Liverpool, on his re-election, March 18, 1820. Carlisle: B. Scott’s Office, 1820. pp.17. 8o.
  • 51] [Speech on the corn laws, March 1, 1827]
  • 52] Speeches … delivered on public occasions in Liverpool. With a portrait, etc. pp.xix. 417. Thos. Kaye: Liverpool; Baldwin, Cradock & Joy: London, 1825. 8o.
  • 53] Speeches delivered by the Rt. Hon. George Canning at the public celebration of his third return to Parliament for the town of Liverpool, June 20, 1818. Second edition. pp.39. G. & W. Nicol: London, 1818. 8o.
  • 54] Substance of Mr. Canning’s speech, in the House of Commons, Tuesday, December 11, 1798, on Mr. Tierney’s motion, respecting continental alliances. Second edition. London: J. Wright, 1799. pp.70. 8o.
  • 55] Substance of Mr. Canning’s Speech in the House of Commons … December 11. 1798, on Mr. Tierney’s motion, respecting continental alliances. pp.70. J. Wright: London, 1799. 8o.
  • 56] Substance of the Speech, of the Right Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons, on Wednesday, November 24, 1819, on the Address to the Throne, upon the opening of the session of Parliament. [Another copy] pp.54. John Murray: London, 1820. 8o.
  • 57] Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … in the debate in the House of Commons, on the 19th May, 1826, upon Mr. Brougham’s motion “For taking into consideration early in the next session of Parliament such measures as may appear to be necessary for giving effect to the resolution of the House … touching the condition of slaves.”. pp.16. J. Moyes: London, 1826. 8o.
  • 58] Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … on Mr. Secretary Windham’s motion for the Second Reading of the Bill for the Repeal of the Additional Force Act. pp.38. J. Stockdale: London, 1806. 8o.
  • 59] Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, on Lord Morpeth’s motion for a committee on the state of Ireland. Monday February 3. 1812. pp.54. J. Hatchard: London, 1812. 8o.
  • 60] Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning in the House of Commons on Tuesday, 25th February, on Sir M. W. Ridley’s motion for reducing the number of the Lords of the Admiralty. [Another copy] pp.37. John Murray: London, 1817. 8o. 61] Substance of the Speech of the Right Honourable George Canning, in the House of Commons on … the 30th of April, 1823, on Mr. Macdonald’s motion respecting the negotiations at Verona, Paris, and Madrid, with an appendix containing papers presented to both Houses of Parliament. [Another copy] Substance of the Speech of … George Canning … the 30th of April, 1823, etc. pp.91. c. Hatchard & Sons: London, 1823. 8o. [London,] 1823. 8o.
  • 62] Substance of the Speeches delivered by the Right Honourable George Canning at a public dinner given to him on his visit to Liverpool in the month of January 1814, etc. pp.22. Thos. Kaye: Liverpool,
  • 1814] 8o.
  • 63] Substance of Two Speeches, delivered in the House of Commons on … the 8th and … the 13th of May, 1811, in the Committee of the whole house; to which was referred, the report of the Committee appointed … “to inquire into the cause of the high price of bullion, and to take into consideration the state of the circulating medium, and of exchanges between Great-Britain and foreign parts.” Title A new edition. With an appendix, containing the resolutions of both Houses of Parliament, in May, 1819, on the expediency of the Bank resuming cash payments. pp.155. J. Hatchard: London, 1811. 8o. pp.108. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1819. 8o.
  • 64] The Balance of Power in Europe. Extract from a speech … on the relations of Portugal … December 12th, 1826.
  • 65] The Beuties of Canning, consisting of selections from his poems, essays, and speeches. By Alfred Howard.
  • With a portrait] [Another copy] The Beauties of Canning, etc. pp.185. Thomas Tegg: London,
  • 1827] 128o. London,
  • 1827] 12o.
  • 66] The Formation of Canning’s Ministry, February to August 1827. Edited from contemporary correspondence by Arthur Aspinall. pp.lvii. 327. London, 1937. 4o.
  • 67] The Grand Vizier Unmasked; or, Remarks on the supposed claims of Mr. Canning to public confidence, in an appeal to the British Parliament and people. Title Second edition. (By a Protestant Tory.) Title Third edition. (By a Protestant Tory.). pp.65. Saunders & Otley: London, 1827. 8o. pp.65. Saunders & Otley: London, 1827. 8o. pp.65. Saunders & Otley: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 68] The Late Negotiation. Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … in the Debate on the Conduct of the late Negotiation with France. pp.88. J. J. Stockdale: London, 1807. 8o.
  • 69] The Life of the Right Honourable George Canning … With selections from his poems and speeches, and a narrative of his illness and death. Together with a brief review of the last six months of his premiership … With a portrait, etc. pp.30. J. Limbird: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 70] The Pilgrimage to Mecca. Translated from the Latin. Prize poem recited in the Theatre at Oxford. A.D. 1789. [Another edition] pp.15. Heathcote: Warwick, 1829. 8o.
  • 71] The Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning … With a biographical memoir of the author.
  • With a portrait] [Another copy] pp.53. J. Limbird: London, [1823] 12o.
  • 72] The Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning, etc.
  • With a portrait] pp.40. J. Starke: Glasgow, 1825. 12o.
  • 73] The Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning; with an original life and explanatory notes, by J. W. Lake. [With a portrait] pp.clxx. [3]-86. Baudry; Bobée & Hingray: Paris, 1828. 16o.
  • 74] The Poetical Works of the Right Honourable George Canning.
  • With a portrait] pp.92. Jones & Co.: London, 1827. 32o.
  • 75] The Sinking Fund. A letter to the Right Hon. George Canning from a Country Gentleman. pp.8. J. Gore: Liverpool, 1816. 8o.
  • 76] The Speech … of the Right Honourable George Canning in the House of Commons … 11th of March, 1818, upon the third reading of the Indemnity bill … With a preface and notes. (New and more correct edition.) [Another copy] pp.vii. 27. Hatchard: London, 1818. 8o.
  • 77] The Speech of the Right Hon. Geo. Canning, at the Liverpool dinner, given in celebration of his re-election. pp.4. Edw. Walker: Newcastle, [1820] 4o.
  • 78] The Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning … 7th June, 1820, upon a motion for a secret committee on the papers relating to the conduct of the Queen. (The Speech of G. Canning, June 22, 1820, on Mr. Wilberforce’s motion for adjusting the differences existing in the Royal Family.). pp.16. T. C. Hansard: London,
  • 1820] 8o.
  • 79] The Speech of the Rt. Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons, on the 16th … of March, 1824, on laying before the House the “Papers in explanation of the measures adopted by His Majesty’s government, for the amelioration of the condition of the slave population … in the West Indies.”. pp.44. John Murray: London, 1824. 8o.
  • 80] The speeches and public addresses … during the late election in Liverpool, and on a public occasion in Manchester. The third edition, in which is contained several speeches unavoidably omitted in the first. Liverpool: T. Kaye; London: J. Murray, 1812. pp.52. 12o.
  • 81] The Speeches and Public Addresses of the Right Hon. George Canning, during the election in Liverpool … 1816. To which is appended a summary account of the election. pp.vi. 35. viii. T. Kaye: Liverpool,
  • 1816] 8o.
  • 82] The Speeches and Public Addresses of the Right Hon. George Canning during the election in Liverpool … 1818. To which is appended, a compendious account of the election. pp.42. x. T. Kaye: Liverpool, [1818] 8o.
  • 83] The Speeches and Public Addresses of the Right Honourable George Canning during the late election in Liverpool, and on a public occasion in Manchester. To which is appended, a summary account of the election. pp.52. xii. T. Kaye: Liverpool, 1812. 12o.
  • 84] The Speeches of the Right Hon. George Canning during the election in Liverpool … 1820. pp.iv. 55. T. Kaye: Liverpool, [1820] 8o.
  • 85] The Speeches of the Right Honourable George Canning. With a memoir of his life by R. Therry.
  • With a portrait] [Another copy] 6 vol. James Ridgway: London, 1828. 8o.
  • 86] The Suppressed Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, with Mr. Canning’s letter, etc. [Another edition] pp.12. J. Onwhyn: London, [1818] 8o. pp.16. A. Christie: London, 1818. 8o.
  • 87] [Two letters to Admiral Gambier]
  • 88] A Letter to the Right Honourable Wills Earl of Hillsborough, on the connection between Great Britain and her American Colonies. pp.40. T. Becket; J. Almon: London, 1768. 8o.
  • 89] An Appeal to the Publick, from the malicious misrepresentations … of the anonymous fabricators of the Critical Review. pp.18. J. Dodsley: London, 1767. 8o.
  • 90] An Epistle [in verse] from William, Lord Russell, to William, Lord Cavendish … Second edition. pp.30. R. & J. Dodsley: London, 1763. 4o.
  • 91] An Epistle from William Lord Russel, to William Lord Cavendish.
  • In verse] pp.16. Printed by John Ross: Carmarthen, 1768. 8o. [92, Poems 1767, by George Canning, The Elder]
  • 93] A Voice from Palace Yard! addressed to Sir Robert Peel and Members of both Houses of Parliament. By George Canning.
  • A satirical poem] Effingham Wilson: London, [1844?] 8o. [94, The occasional horseman. 1973: another author?]
  • 95] An Anglo-Sapphic Ode, dedicated, with French leave, to Robert Mackintosh Beverley, Esq., entitled The Friend of Veracity, versus the Lie Grinder … Not by a Can-ning, but a Can-tab.
  • A reply to Robert Mackenzie Beverley’s “A Letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester”. With the text of Canning’s satirical verses, “The Friend of Humanity and the Knife-Grinder”] pp.11. Hodson & Brown: Cambridge, 1833. 8o.
  • 96]
  • A Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning] A Defence of the English Poor Laws, with remarks on the applicability of the system to Ireland; and practical instructions for relieving and employing paupers: being the substance of a letter on those subjects, addressed to Mr. Canning, in 1823. By a Select Vestryman, of the Parish of Putney [i.e. W. Carmalt]. [Another copy] A defence of the English Poor Laws, etc. pp.v. 102. London: James Ridgway, 1831. 8o. 1831.
  • 97] The New Administration: a brief inquiry into the principles of the Coalition, shewing from past events that Mr. Canning’s Ministry is unworthy the confidence of the Country. With an exposure of some fallacious statements lately made in a pamphlet, entitled “A Short View of the recent changes, &c.’ pp.54. Longman, etc.: London, 1827. 8o.
  • 98] An Authentic Account of Mr. Canning’s Policy with respect to the Constitutional Charter of Portugal, in reply to [F. J. Lamb’s] “Observations on the Papers laid before Parliament.”
  • By Augustus G. Stapleton] [Another copy] An Authentic Account of Mr. Canning’s Policy with respect to the Constitutional Charter of Portugal, in reply to “Observations on the Papers laid before Parliament.”
  • By Augustus G. Stapleton] Title (Second edition.). pp.50. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1830. 8o. London, 1830. 8o. pp.59. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1830. 8o.
  • 99] George Canning e o Brasil. Influência da diplomacia inglêsa na formação brasileira. [With a portrait] 2 vol. São Paulo, 1958. 8o.
  • 100] Observations on the appointment of the Right Hon. G. Canning to the Foreign department; and on its effects on the state of Society in England, and on European politics; comprehending a review of the political state of Europe since the Congress of Vienna in 1815, etc. London, 1822. 8o.
  • 101] George Canning. pp.viii. 237. 1887.
  • 102] George Canning. London: Collins, 1973. ISBN 0 00 211122 5 pp.519: plates; ports. 24 cm.
  • 103, Horace’s first Satire modernized 1762: by George Canning, The Elder]
  • 104] De Monroe a Rio-Branco. Paginas de diplomacia americana. Rio de Janeiro: Imprensa Nacional, 1912. pp.155. 23 cm.
  • 105] A letter [signed, Marcellus] to the Right Hon. George Canning … on his late Speech at Liverpool. London, 1818. 8o.
  • 106] George Canning and his times. A political study. pp.viii. 150. John Murray: London, 1903. 8o.
  • 107] The Rise of George Canning … With illustrations [including portraits]. pp.xviii. 310. Longmans & Co.: London, 1938. 8o.
  • 108] Early Days of the Right Honorable George Canning, and of some of his contemporaries. With an original letter written by him in the year 1788. London, 1828. 8o.
  • 109] Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin. [By G. Canning, J. H. Frere, G. Ellis and others] The fifth edition. Title New and revised edition with explanatory notes.
  • Edited by C. Edmonds] Title With explanatory notes, by C. Edmonds. Second edition, considerably enlarged. With six etchings by … James Gillray. Title Third edition, considerably enlarged, with illustrations … by J. Gillray. L.P. [Another edition] London: printed for William Miller & J. Hatchard, by W. Bulmer & Co., 1807. pp.240. 8o. 16 cm.... pp.xvi. 220. G. Willis: London, 1852. 8o. pp.xvi. 248. G. Willis: London, 1854. 8o. pp.xxviii. 341. Sampson, Low & Co.: London, 1890. 48o. 1890.
  • 110] Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin.
  • By G. Canning, J. H. Frere, G. Ellis, etc] Second edition. Title Fourth edition. L.P. pp.240. J. Wright: London, 1800. 8o. London, 1801. 4o.
  • 111] Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin. By G. Canning, J. H. Frere, G. Ellis, and others] pp.240. J. Wright: London, 1799. 8o.
  • 112] Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin. Edited with introduction and notes by L. Rice-Oxley. pp.xxvi. 192. Basil Blackwell: Oxford, 1924. 8o.
  • 113] Selections from the Anti-Jacobin. [By George Canning, George Ellis, J. H. Frere, etc] Together with some later poems by George Canning. Edited by Lloyd Sanders, etc. pp.xxvii. 238. 1904.
  • 114] The Anti-Jacobin; or, Weekly Examiner. [Edited by W. Gifford. With prospectus] no. 1-36. Nov. 20, 1797-July 9, 1798. [Other copies] The Anti-Jacobin, etc.
  • With two issues of the prospectus] MS. notes
  • by George Canning]. Title Fourth edition.
  • London, 1797, 98] 48o. London, 1797, 98. 48o. 2 vol. London, 1799. 8o.
  • 115] The Beauties of the Anti-Jacobin; or, Weekly Examiner; containing every article of permanent utility in that valuable and highly esteemed paper, literary and political; the whole of the excellent poetry; together with explanatory notes … by the Editor. pp.xii. 311. C. Chapple: London, 1799. 12o.
  • 116] The Microcosm. A periodical work, by Gregory Griffin [pseud., i.e. George Canning, Robert P. Smith, John Smith, John H. Frere and others]. [Another copy] The Microcosm, etc. pp.455. Windsor, 1787. 8o.
  • Windsor, 1787] 8o.
  • 117] The Microcosm: a periodical work by Gregory Griffin [or rather by R. Smith, G. Canning, etc] Second edition. Title Third edition. Title Fourth edition. Title Fifth edition. [Another copy] [Another edition] Windsor, 1788. 8o. 2 vol. Windsor, 1790. 128o. 2 vol. Windsor, 1809. 8o. London, [Windsor printed,] 1825. 8o.
  • 118] George Canning. (Second edition.). pp.255. Eyre & Spottiswoode: London, 1946. 8o.
  • 119] George Canning.
  • With a portrait] pp.308. Eyre & Spottiswoode: London, 1930. 8o.
  • 120] George Canning … With twelve illustrations. pp.x. 185. 1903.
  • 121] A Letter to the Revd H. Phillpotts on his two letters to the Right Hon. G. Canning [respecting the Catholic Claims].
  • 122] A Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, on the Bill of 1825, for removing the disqualifications of his Majesty’s Roman Catholic subjects, and on his speech in support of the same. London, 1827. 8o.
  • 123] A Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning on the Bill of 1825 … Fourth edition. Title Fifth edition. Title Sixth edition. [Another edition] pp.167. John Murray: London, 1827. 8o. London, 1827. 8o. London, 1827. 8o.
  • 124] A short Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, on the present position of the Roman Catholic Question. [Containing strictures on his recent political conduct] Title Fourth edition. [Another copy] [Another edition] London, 1827. 8o. London, 1827. 8o.
  • 125, A Translation of [the first five books of] Anti-Lucretius. By George Canning, The Elder 1766. 4o]
  • 126] The Protestant Tory Refuted: in reply to a pamphlet entitled, “The Grand Vizier unmasked
  • or, Remarks on the supposed claims of Mr. Canning to public confidence in an appeal to the British Parliament and people].” [Another edition] pp.40. J. Hatchard & Son: London, 1827. 8o. 1827.
  • 127] Notice sur la vie politique et les travaux parlementaires de G. Canning; extraite de la Biographie universelle des contemporains, et suivie de Réflexions sur son système politique. Paris, Blois
  • printed], 1827. 8o.
  • 128] A Letter to the Right Hon. George Canning, in answer to certain passages of “A Speech, delivered by him … March 18th, 1820, etc.”. pp.72. James Ridgway: London, 1820. 8o.
  • 129] Memoir of the Right Honourable George Canning ..., with his parliamentary orations, all his poems, essays, etc. London, 1827. 8o.
  • 130] George Canning. Three biographical studies. [With a portrait] [Another copy] pp.ix. 276. Macmillan & Co.: London, 1965. 8o.
  • 131] A Review of the Speeches of the Right Hon. G. Canning, on the late election for Liverpool, as far as they relate to the questions of peace and of reform. Liverpool printed, London, 1812. 8o.
  • 132] Memoir of an Employé, most respectfully addressed to the King. [Being a reply to the accusations brought against him by the Right Hon. G. Canning. [London,] 1830. 8o.
  • 133] Statement of facts, most respectfully submitted to his Majesty’s Ministers, by E. Scheener, Esq., of the Foreign Office. [Being remarks on the accusations brought against him by the Right Hon. G. Canning] [London, 1830] 8o.
  • 134] Sketch of the life, of … George Canning … Including an account of his early writings, his maiden speech, in Parliament, &c. &c. Presenting a comprehensive view of the public conduct of that gentleman. Liverpool: Hopper & Son, 1814. pp.36. 12o.
  • 135] George Canning and his times. London, 1859. 8o.
  • 136] The Political Life of the Right Honourable G. Canning from … Sept. 1822, to his death … together with a review of foreign affairs subsequently to that event … Second edition including the part omitted in the first. 3 vol. London, 1831. 8o.
  • 137] Un Duel diplomatique. Canning et Chateaubriand. Documents inédits. pp.220. Gap, 1934. 8o.
  • 138] Life of Canning. pp.293. James Finch & Co.: London, 1905. 8o.
  • 139] The Foreign Policy of Canning, 1820-1827. 1923.
  • 140] The foreign policy of Canning, 1822-1827: England, the Neo-Holy Alliance, and the New World. 2nd edition with a new introduction by Herbert Butterfield. London: Cass, 1966. xlvi, 636 p., 3 plates (ports.) 23 cm.
  • 141] The Foreign Policy of Canning, 1822-1827, etc.
  • With portraits] pp.xxiv. 636. G. Bell & Sons: London, 1925. 8o.
  • 142] Anecdote Lives of the later Wits and Humourists Canning, Captain Morris, Curran, Coleridge, etc. 2 vol. London, 1874. 8o.
  • 143] Ulm and Trafalgar. [A poem, by the Right Hon. George Canning] London, 1806. 4o.
  • 144] Ulm and Trafalgar. [By the Right Hon. George Canning] … Second edition. pp.10. J. Hatchard: London, 1806. 4o.
  • 145] Report of the Committee to whom was referred the Correspondence between Mr. Monroe and Mr. Canning, and between Mr. Madison and Mr. Rose, relative to the attack on the Chesapeake; and also a communication from the President of the United States of the 30 March last, with a letter from Mr. Erskine to the Secretary of State, and a letter from M. Champagny to Gen. Armstrong, etc. pp.10. R. C. Wightman: Washington, 1808. 8o.
  • 146] Senatorial Functions; or, how members of Parliament represent the whole empire; being an inquiry into the present state of the representation; with remarks on Cobbett’s answer to Mr. Canning’s speech at Liverpool. By H. N. F. W[oodburn]. Second edition, with additions. London, 1822. 8o.
  • 147] Parodies of Ballad Criticism, 1711-1787. William Wagstaffe, A Comment Upon the History of Tom Thumb, 1711. George Canning, The Knave of Hearts, 1787.
  • Facsimile reprints] Selected, with an introduction, by William K. Wimsatt. Los Angeles, 1957. 8o.
  • 148] Speeches in the House of Commons, on … the 24th of February, 1826, of … J. W., … W. Huskisson, … and … G. Canning … on … the Silk Trade. [Another copy] London, 1826. 8o.
  • 149] Canning’s Administration: narrative of formation, with correspondence, … 1827 … Edited by ... H. Randolph. London, 1872. 8o.

 

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