Jeremy Bentham

Jeremy Bentham

occupation

Jurist

Philosopher

Reformer

born

4 February, 1748

birthplace

London

died

6 June, 1832

death place

Westminster

country of citizenship

England

type

MusicArtist

generic agent

person/people

appears in search results as

Jeremy Bentham

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involved parties

Music on board ship

performance of ''Britons strike home''

performance of 'Coronation Anthem'

performance of ''Omnipotence''

performance of 'Unspecified instrumental music'

performance of 'The Castle of Andalusia (comic opera)'

performance of 'Music for violin and piano'

performance of ''God save the King''

performance of 'Te Deum'

performance of 'Singing of slaves'

listeners

performance of 'Sonatas'

performance of 'Music for violin and piano'

performers

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to Richard Clark, 26 July 1768

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to Jeremiah Bentham, 22 February 1767

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to Jeremiah Bentham, 6 May 1763

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to John Mulford, 5–8 and 25 November 1785

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to Samuel Bentham, 30 March–4 April 1780

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to his brother Samuel Bentham, 27-28 February 1776

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to his father, Jeremiah Bentham 11 October – 25 November, 1785

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to his father, Jeremiah Bentham, 30 August 1760

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to his father, Jeremiah Bentham, 30 September–2 October 1781

Letter from Jeremy Bentham to his father, Jeremiah Bentham, 7 August 1785

Letter from Jeremy Bentham, late 1790–early 1791

Letter from Jeremy Benton to Richard Clark, 8 October 1770

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