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[HERVEY (John), Baron]
Miscellaneous Thoughts on the present Posture both of our Foreign and Domestics Affairs. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament and the People.
1742 £50.00
[HERVEY (John), Baron]
Miscellaneous Thoughts on the present Posture both of our Foreign and Domestics Affairs. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament and the People.
1742 £45.00
[HOADLY (Benjamin)]
An Enquiry into the reasons of the Conduct of Great-Britain, With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe.
1727 £38.00
[HOADLY (Benjamin)]
An Enquiry into the reasons of the Conduct of Great-Britain, With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe.
1727 £65.00
[KNOX (William)]
An Appendix to the Present State of the Nation. Containing a reply to the Observations on that pamphlet.
1769 £85.00
[KNOX (William)]
The Present State of the Nation: Particularly with respect to its Trade, Finances, &c. &c. addressed to The King and both Houses of Parliament.
1769 £195.00
[LANGLOIS (François, Fancan Canon St. Honore)]
The Favovrites Chronicle.
1621 £630.00
[LAROON (Marcellus)]
The Cryes of the City of London Drawn after the Life. Les Cris de la Ville de Londres dessignez après la Nature. L'Arti com[m]uni che vanno p[er] Londra Fatte dal Naturale. P. Tempest [excudit].
1711 £1875.00
[MacAULAY (Alexander)]
Property Inviolable: or, some Remarks upon a Pamphlet entituled, Prescription Sacred [which states that the clergy of Ireland have no legal right to the tithe of agistment].
1736 £125.00
[MACKENZIE (J.)]
A Woollen Draper's Letter on the French Treaty, to his Friends and Fellow Tradesmen all over England.
1786 £85.00
[MAUBERT DE GOUVEST (J.-Henri)]
L'Esprit de la présente guerre. Discours de M. de G. dans la Chambre des C. pour et contre les deux opinions dominantes dans le Parlement de la Grande-Bretagne, en faveur du commerce et de la paix.
1758 £65.00
[MAXWELL (Henry)]
Anguis in Herba: or the Fatal Consequences of a Treaty with France. Wherein it is prov'd, That the Principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him to observe any Treaty longer than it is for his Interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the Union of the Crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenæan Treaty. That notwithstanding his Pretences to the contrary, such is his Design at this Day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his Power to such a Degree, as may perfectly break his Measures.
1711 £65.00
[McDOWALL (Andrew, Lord Bankton)]
Two Orders of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, made the fifth of August last, requiring the Lords of the Session in Scotland to lay before their Lordships, at the beginning of this Session of Parliament, Matters relating to Heretable Jurisdictions and Heretable Sheriff-ships, in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland. Together with the Returns made by the said Lords of Session, Parsuant to the said Two Orders.
1747 £95.00
[MORRIS (Corbyn)]
A Letter balancing the Causes of the present Scarcity of our Silver Coin, and the Means of immediate Remedy, and future Prevention of this Evil. Addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Powis.
1757 £160.00
[PORTLAND (William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, Duke of)]
The Case of His Grace the Duke of Portland, respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the treasury, to Sir James Lowther, bart. With observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject. And an appendix, consisting of authentic documents.
1768 £25.00
[PRICE (Joseph)]
A Letter to Edmund Burke, Esq; On the latter Part of the late Report of the Select Committee of the State of Justice in Bengal. With some curious Particulars and original Anecdotes concerning the Forgery committed by Maha Rajah Nundcomar Bahadar, on the proof of which he lost his life. Together with some remarks on the Conduct of the Majority of the Civil Government at that time in Fort William, Bengal, proper and necessary to be perused and duly weighed by every Member of both Houses of Parliament, before they proceeded to determine on the Evidence given up in the first Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons.
1782 £165.00
[PULTENAY (William)]
The Politicks on Both Sides, with Regard to Foreign Affairs, stated from their own writings, and examined by the Course of Events. With Observations on the Present State of Affairs in Great Britain, and the Effects of out Negociations, for several Years past.
1734 £50.00
[PULTENEY (William, Earl of Bath)]
A review of the excise-scheme; in answer to a pamphlet, intitled The rise and fall of the late projected excise, impartially considered. With Some Proper Hints to the electors of Great Britain.
1733 £75.00
[RICHARDSON (Joseph)]
A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
1787 £65.00
[RICHARDSON (Joseph)]
A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
1787 £65.00
[RICHARDSON (Joseph)]
A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
1787 £65.00
[SINCLAIR (Sir John)]
Hints Respecting the Culture and the use of Potatoes.
1795 £325.00
[WALPOLE (Robert, Earl of Orford)]
Some considerations concerning the publick funds, the publick revenues, and the annual supplies, granted by Parliament. Occasion'd by a late Pamphlet, intitled, An enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, from the Year 1721, to Christmas 1733.
1735 £20.00
[WEBB (Philip Carteret)]
A Short Account of Danegeld: with some further particulars relating to Will. the Conqueror's Survey. By a Member of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Read at a Meeting of the Society, 1 April, 1756; and ordered to be printed.
1756 £75.00
[WEBBER (Samuel)]
A Short Account of the State of our Woollen Manufacturies, from the Peace of Ryswick to this Time. Shewing, their Former Flourishing, and their Present Ruinous Condition; and that they always flourished when France could not get our Wool, but declined in Proportion to the Quantities of Wool Exported to them. To which is added an Effectual Scheme to prevent the Exportation of our Wool, by an Universal Registry.
1739 £245.00

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