Nathan Wright (judge)

Sir Nathan Wright by [[John Closterman Sir Nathan Wright (1654–1721) was an English judge, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal under King William III and Queen Anne. He offended the House of Commons by his use of ''habeas corpus'' in 1704, and lost office in 1705. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1972
...Wright, Nathan. What Black politicians are saying....
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1962
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1952
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1968
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (USFdb)6428)
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1970
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (USFdb)7848)
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by Wright, Nathan.
Published 1970
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by Wright, Nathan Alan.
Published 1982
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UIUdb)67570)
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Published 1970
Other Authors: '; ...Wright, Nathan,...
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Other Authors: '; ...Wright, Nathan...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ISUdb)953328)
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Published 1696
Other Authors: '; ...Wright, Nathan....
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Published 1697
Other Authors: '; ...Wright, Nathan, Sir, 1654-1721....
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Published 2000
...Charles G. Wright, Nathan D. Schwade --...
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