Edinburgh Scotland Officials And Employees Early Works To 1800 : Answers for Æneas Mcleod town clerk of Edinburgh, : to the petition presented by some particular persons, in name of the Council and Community of the said burgh, to his Grace His Majesties High Commissioner and the right honourable the Estates of Parliament.
Edinburgh Scotland Population : A supplement to the proposal for increasing the number of inhabitants, the trade and riches of the city of Edinburgh [electronic resource] : humbly dedicated to His Grace Archibald Duke of Argyll.
Edinburgh Scotland Statistics : Letters addressed to Sir John Sinclair, bart., respecting the mode of living, arts, commerce, literature, manners &c. of Edinburgh in 1763 and since that period [electronic resource] : illustrating the statistical progress of the capital of Scotland : together with some account of the physical phenomena in Scotland for the last fifteen years.; Creech, William,
Edinburgh Scotland Statistics Vital : College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 2d August 1791 : the following report from a committee appointed by the College [electronic resource] : to consider upon what plan the Bills of mortality, kept for the city and neighbourhood of Edinburgh, may be most easily freed from their present defects, was ordered to be printed ...; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Scotland Town Council Lord Provosts Committee : Statement [electronic resource] : in regard to a report of the Lord Provost's Committee, on the proposal to transfer the affairs of the company to a public trust / by the directors of the Edinburgh Water Company.; Edinburgh Water Company.
Edit De Decembre 1783 : Arrêt du Conseil d'Etat du roi, qui règle l'époque de la jouissance des rentes viagères provenant des lots échus aux acquéreurs de celles créés par l'Édit de décembre 1783 [electronic resource] : sur le retard que mettront lesdits acquéreurs à s'en faire expédier des quittances de finance : du 1er juin 1785.; France.
Editorials Specimens 17th Century : The moderate intelligencer [electronic resource] : impartially communicating martiall affaires to the Kingdome of England. From Thursday, March 19 to Thursday March 19. to Thursday March 26. 1645 [i.e. 1646].