City Councils Scotland Edinburgh Early Works To 1800 : Information for James Mclurg late dean of Guild of Edinburgh, George Clerk, Robert Blackwood and others, merchants and tradesmen of Edinburgh against Sir John Hall, Sir Archibald Muir, and others the present magistrates and council thereof.
City Dwellers China Hong Kong : Ghetto at the center of the world [electronic resource] : Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong / Gordon Mathews.; Mathews, Gordon.
City Dwellers Developing Countries : Cities transformed : demographic change and its implications in the developing world / Panel on Urban Population Dynamics, Mark R. Montgomery ... [et al.], editors ; Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council of the National Academies.
City Halls Pennsylvania Philadelphia : Facts in relation to the progressive increase, present condition, and future prospects, of Philadelphia [electronic resource] : as connected with the permanent location of public buildings.
City Noise Europe : Acoustic environments in change / H. Järviluoma, M. Kytö, B. Truax, H. Uimonen & N. Vikman (eds) ; Five village soundscapes / R. M. Schafer (ed.)
City Of London England Committee For The Militia Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: : for, the constituting and setling of the Committee of the Militia of the City of London : with their names therein exprest. Also, enabling Col. West to be Lieutenant of the Tower. Die Jovis, 18 Maii, 1648. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that this ordinance for the constituting and setling of the committee of the City of London be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown, Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
City Of London England Court Of Common Council Report Of The Committee Of T : Enclosures, a cause of improved agriculture, of plenty and cheapness of provisions, of population, and of both private and national wealth [electronic resource] : being an examination of two pamphlets, entitled, the one, A political enquiry into the consequences of enclosing waste lands, and the cause of the present high price of butcher's meat &c. : the other, Cursory remarks upon enclosures, by a country farmer; together with some slight observations upon the report of the London committee, appointed the 16th of July, 1786, to consider the causes of the present high prices of provisions / by the Rev. J. Howlett, Vicar of Great Dunmow, Essex.; Howlett, John,
City Of London England Court Of Common Council To The Honorable The House O : A vindication of the London remonstrance lately presented to the High Court of Parliament, from the pernitious calumnies of a seditious pamphlet intituled A moderate reply. : Wherein are cleerly laid open and refuted the seditious insinuations and intentions of the author, and the said remonstrance in every particular justified to tend to the settlement of truth and peace. Licensed and published according to order.
City Of London England Lord Mayors Court : Whereas the master and wardens of the Company of Apothecaries of the city of London have lately received two precepts from the Right honourable the Lord Mayor of the same city, : to advertise them that some of the judges have declared their opinions, that all persons under any degree of trust in any company or corporation whatsoever, are comprized within the Act of Parliament, entituled, An Act for preventing dangers which may happen from popish recusants, and obliged to perform what is thereby required ...; Society of Apothecaries, London.
City Of London England Militia : The Names of the field officers, captains, lieutenants and ensigns, as they are now in commissions in His Majesties militia within the city of London : by commission from the honourable His Majesties commissioners of lieutenancy for the city of London and liberties thereof, May the 29th, 1680.
City Of London England Records Office : [An ordinance made the eighteenth day of July.] Anno R.R. Caroli II. 18. Annoque D[o] 1666. : The Right Honorable Edward Earl of Clarendon Lord High Chancellor of England, and the Honorable Sir Harbottle Grimstone, Baronet, Master of the Rolls, taking into their consideration the manifold disorders and undue practices which in the late times have crept into the Six Clerks Office, to the great dishonour of this court, the obstruction of justice, the damage of the client, and confusion and loss of the records ...; England and Wales.