Coaching Controversial Literature England Early Works To 1800 : A copy of a printed letter from J.C to a post-master in the country : with directions about the management of his designe for putting down stage-coaches. Wherein is discover'd: 1 The rise and projection of it by J.C. only. Num. 1. ... 6 To have 20 or 10 s. at least, presently from every stage-town, or market-town, ... which is but a small adventure, besides what he can get from those concern'd in the city. Num. 23. Together with a copy of a letter to J.C. from a post-master in the country, in answer to the letter from J.C. to him, dated Octob. 19. 1672. and his advice upon the same.; Cressett, John,
Coaching Early Works To 1800 : Oxford one day stage-coach. These are to give notice to all persons that have occasion to go to Oxford by coach ...; Stonehill,
Coaching Economic Aspects England Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offered to the consideration of Parliament, for the suppressing such of the stage-coaches and caravans now upon the roads of England, as are unnecessary,and regulating such as shall be thought fit to be continued
Coaching England : The turnpike age : [documents and illustrations reproduced in facsimile from the collection in the Museum & Art Gallery, Wardown Park, Luton] / illustrations by W.H. Pyne ; text by G. Gray ; compiled and written by Peter Smith.; Luton Museum and Art Gallery.
Coaching Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The carriers cosmographie. or A briefe relation, of the innes, ordinaries, hosteries, and other lodgings in, and neere London, where the carriers, waggons, foote-posts and higglers, doe usually come, from any parts, townes, shires and countries, of the kingdomes of England, principality of Wales, as also from the kingdomes of Scotland and Ireland : With nomination of what daies of the weeke they doe come to London, and on what daies they returne, whereby all sorts of people may finde direction how to receiue, or send, goods or letters, unto such places as their occasions may require. As also, where the ships, hoighs, barkes, tiltboats, barges and wherries, do usually attend to carry passengers, and goods to the coast townes of England, Scotland, Ireland, or the Netherlands; and where the barges and boats are ordinarily to bee had that goe up the river of Thames westward from London. By Iohn Taylor.; Taylor, John,
Coagulation : Coagulation and flocculation : theory and applications / edited by Bohuslav Dobiáš.
Coal Balls Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A nevv, cheape and delicate fire of cole-balles : wherein seacole is by the mixture of other combustible bodies, both sweetened and multiplied. Also a speedie way for the winning of any breach: with some other new and seruiceable inuentions answerable to the time.; Plat, Hugh,
Coal Carbonization : The blending of coals for coking / report from the Coal Blending & Coking Research Subcommittee.; India.
Coal Early Works To 1800 : The hydrostaticks, or, The weight, force, and pressure of fluid bodies, made evident by physical, and sensible experiments : together vvith some miscellany observations, the last whereof is a short history of coal, and of all the common, and proper accidents thereof, a subject never treated of before / by G.S.; Sinclair, George,
Coal England Early Works To 1800 : Here begynneth the booke named the assise of bread, what it ought to wey after the pryse of a quarter of wheate : And also the assyse of ale, wyth all manner of wood and cole, lath, bowrd, and tymber. And the weyght of butter and cheese.