C N : Reasons why the supreme authority of the three nations (for the time) is not in the Parliament, but in the new-established Councel of State, consisting of His Excellence the Lord General Cromvvel, and his honourable assessors. : Written in answer to a letter sent from a gentleman in Scotland to a friend of his in London. To which is added the letter it self.
C R Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Bryan v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995 : B - Case of S.W. v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995 : C - Case of C.R. v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Cab And Omnibus Service Law And Legislation England : Some short remarks on a late act for licensing and regulating hackney-coaches, &c. : together with some modest animadversions on the manner of putting the same in execution : in a letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons.; S. B.
Cab And Omnibus Service Licenses England Early Works To 1800 : To the honourable the House of Commons of Great Britain, the humble petition of Charles Sewell, Thomas Holland and George Garrett, on behalf of themselves, and the rest of the eight hundred licensed hackney coach-men, and their widows ... [electronic resource].
Cab And Omnibus Service Licenses England London : The Case of many coachmen in London and Westminster : and within the weekly bills of mortality, licensed according to the Act for Licensing Hackney-Coaches, but yet turn'd out by the present commissioners.
Cab And Omnibus Service Licenses England London Early Works To 1800 : The Case of the licensed working hackney-chairmen and widows of chairmen [electronic resource] : with their reasons against licensing one hundred more chairs than the present number already settled and established by Parliament : most humbly offered to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons.
Cab And Omnibus Service Rates Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The Merchants and traders necessary companion for the year 1715 [electronic resource] : being a new and perfect account of all the stage-coaches, waggoners, and carriers that comes to London, Westminster, and Southwark from all parts of England and Wales ... : to which is added the day and place where goods may be sent by water : as also the rates for hackney-coaches and chairs according to act of Parliament.
Cabbage : Cabbage and clover husbandry [electronic resource] : description of, and directions for cultivating several curious plants not generally known in England, particularly Hungarian clover, Swedish cabbage, several new grasses, &c., which will be of the greatest benefit to the agriculture of Great Britain and Ireland.
Cabinet Officers England : The state and dignitie of a secretarie of estates place, with the care and perill thereof / written by the Right Honourable Robert late Earle of Salisbvry ; with his excellent instructions to the late Earle of Bedford, for the government of Barwick.; Salisbury, Robert Cecil,
Cabinet Officers England Early Works To 1800 : The state and dignitie of a secretarie of estates place, : with the care and perill thereof / written by the Right Honourable Robert late Earle of Salisbury. With his excellent instructions to the late Earle of Bedford, for the government of Barwick. A work worthy of memory.; Salisbury, Robert Cecil,
Cabinet Officers France : Le cri de la nation sur la politique et l'administration civile, économique et financière du ministère depuis deux ans [electronic resource] / par Alexandre Crevel.; Crevel, Alexandre.