Pulteney, William

Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath, English statesman; in 1705 entered Parliament zealous in the Whig interest; was for years the friend and colleague of Walpole, but afterwards, from a slight, became his bitterest enemy and most formidable opponent; he contributed a good deal to his fall, but, unable to take his place, contented himself with a peerage, his popularity being gone (1682-1764).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Pucelle La
Puck
Puebla
Puerto de Santa Maria
Puerto Plata
Puerto Principe
Puffendorf, Samuel
Pugin, Augustus Welby
Pulci, Luini
Pulque
Pulteney, William
Pultowa
Pultusk
Pulu
Punch
Pundit
Punic Faith
Punic Wars
Punjab
Puránas
Purbeck, Isle of