Mr Frederick Robinson

November 1, 1782 - January 28, 1859
Summary information for Mr Frederick Robinson

Contributions

1842

ADDRESS IN ANSWER TO THE SPEECH. Lords February 3, 1842

5 speeches — CORN-LAWS▀×PETITIONS—THE AVERAGES. Lords February 15, 1842

CORN-LAWS. PETITIONS. Lords February 24, 1842

3 speeches — INCOME-TAX—FINANCE OF THE COUNTRY. Lords March 17, 1842

DUTIES ON TIMBER. Lords March 18, 1842

SPIRIT DUTIES (IRELAND.) Lords April 14, 1842

2 speeches — CORN IMPORTATION BILL. Lords April 18, 1842

4 speeches — CORN IMPORTATION BILL. Lords April 19, 1842

7 speeches — CORN IMPORTATION BILL. Lords April 21, 1842

SPIRIT DUTIES (IRELAND). Lords April 22, 1842

3 speeches — CORN IMPORTATION BILL—DUTIES ON CATTLE. Lords April 22, 1842

LAW OF MERCHANT AND FACTOR. Lords April 22, 1842

INCOME-TAX (EXEMPTION OF FOREIGNERS.) Lords May 12, 1842

LOCKING RAILWAY CARRIAGES. Lords May 24, 1842

THE TARIFF— CATTLE Lords May 24, 1842

THE QUEEN'S LETTER. Lords May 24, 1842

THE QUEEN'S LETTER. Lords May 26, 1842

THE QUEEN'S LETTER—DISTRESS. Lords June 7, 1842

3 speeches — INCOME (PROPERTY) TAX. Lords June 17, 1842

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Lords June 21, 1842

INCOME (PROPERTY) TAX Lords June 21, 1842

INCOME-TAX.—JULY DIVIDENDS. Lords July 4, 1842

2 speeches — CUSTOMS' ACTS—THE TARIFF. Lords July 5, 1842

CUSTOMS' ACTS—THE TARIFF. Lords July 7, 1842

CUSTOMS' ACTS—THE TARIFF. Lords July 8, 1842

NATIONAL DISTRESS Lords July 11, 1842

2 speeches — RAILWAYS. Lords July 14, 1842

2 speeches — CUSTOMS ACT AMENDMENT — THE TARIFF. Lords July 28, 1842

2 speeches — BONDED CORN BILL, (No. 2).— Lords August 1, 1842

SLAVE TRADE. Lords August 2, 1842

REPEAL OF CORN LAWS Lords August 4, 1842

SINGING CLASSES. Lords August 9, 1842

2 speeches — NEWFOUNDLAND. Lords August 9, 1842

NEWFOUNDLAND. Lords August 11, 1842

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