Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. : A general view of the writings of Linnaeus / by Richard Pulteney ; to which is annexed the diary of Linnaeus written by himself and now translated into English from the Swedish manuscript in the possession of the editor.
Pulteney, William. : Political arithmetick. Part II. Containing considerations on the means of raising the supplies within the year. Occasioned by Mr. Pulteney's pamphlet on that subject. By Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S.
Pulteney, William. : Some observations on the second edition of the pamphlet of Wm. Pulteney, Esq. entitled, "the effects to be expected from the East India Bill on the constitution, &c." By a late Member of Parliament.
Pulteney, William. : A letter to the Right Honorable William Pitt, from a Presbyterian of the Kirk of Scotland. To which is added, a short epistle to Wm. Pulteney, Esq; on his pamphlet, entitled, "effects to be expected from The East India Bill upon the Constitution."
Pulteney, William, -1691. : A faithful account of the manner of the election of Sir William Poultney, and Sir William Waller, Knights : to serve as members of the ensuing Parliament at Oxford, for the city of Westminster, and the liberties thereof, upon Thursday the 10th of February, 1680/1 : in answer to a letter from a person of quality in London.
Pulteney, William, d. 1691. : Pulteney and Hornby titles, Supreme Court, Masterton Ure and others vs. Almerin Graves [electronic resource] : opinion of the Supreme Court, in favor of the title, delivered by Justice Welles, at the Monroe General term, September term, September, 1850, also copies of various public documents respecting the title.
Pulteney, William. : An appeal to reason and justice, in behalf of the British constitution : and the subjects of the British empire. In which the present important contest with the revolted colonies is impartially considered, the inconsistency of modern patriotism is demonstrated, the supremacy of Parliament is asserted on Revolution Principles, and American independence is proved to be a manifest violation of the rights of British subjects. To which is added, an appendix, containing remarks on a pamphlet intitled, "thoughts on the present state of affairs with America." By William Pulteney, Esq.