Great Britain Commerce United States History : The Liverpool papers [microform] : a selection of material relating to the American colonies and the United States from the Liverpool Papers in the British Museum, London / with an introduction by Geoffrey Seed.
Great Britain Commerce West Indies Early Works To 1800 : A true coppy of a letter from the Lord Cheife Iustices in Ireland [electronic resource] : with a proclamation of the rebels therein, dated from Dublin Novem. 5, 1641 : whereunto is annected certaine propositions presented to the Parliament by the marchants for the West-Indy company, with some obiections answered.; Ireland.
Great Britain Commerce West Indies Statistics : An account of the quantities of sugar, rum, cotton, cocoa, indigo, ginger, aloes, and other goods, imported into the several ports of Great Britain, from the British Sugar Colonies [electronic resource] : from christmas 1786 to christmas 1787 inclusive; with duties of customs payable on each article.; Great Britain.
Great Britain Commercial Treaties History 18th Century : Fenchurch-Street, February 10, 1787. At a general meeting, Thomas Walker, of Manchester, Esq., in the chair [electronic resource] : the minutes of the general meeting of the 5th of this month were read : the report of the Committee of the 9th of this month was read, and it was unanimously resolved, that the same be entered in the books of the general meeting : the following is a copy of the report : in compliance with the orders of the general meeting, held on the 5th instant, by which the committee is directed to enquire into the following points, viz. / General Chamber of Manufacturers of Great Britain.; General Chamber of Manufacturers of Great Britain.
Great Britain Commercial Treaties Public Opinion : Danger at our doors [electronic resource] : an address to the freemen of London, and of every corporate town in the kingdom, on the unconstitutional and injurious tendency of the fifth article of the commercial treaty / by a liveryman of London.; Liveryman of London.
Great Britain Commercial Treaties Spain : By the Queene : the Queenes Maiestie geueth all maner her subiectes to vnerstande, that where of late it hath ben agreed at Brugis in Flaunders, in a treatie for matters of entercourse of marchaundize ...; England and Wales.
Great Britain Commerical Policy 16th Century : By the Queene : Elizabeth by the grace of God queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland ... Whereas we by our letters patents dated at Westminster the fourth day of Iune in the twenteth yeare of our raigne, did give ...authoritie to ... Raffe Bowes and Thomas Beddingfield ...; England and Wales.
Great Britain Commissioners For Auditing The Public Accounts : A treatise o[n] military finance [electronic resource] : containing the pay, subsistence, deductions and arrears of the forces on the British and Irish establishments; and all the allowances in camp, garrison and quarters, &c. &c. : with an enquiry into the method of cloathing and recruiting the Army : and an extract from the report of the Commissioners of Public Accounts, relating to the office of the Pay-master-General.; Williamson, John,
Great Britain Commissioners Of Customs In America : The case of the officers of excise [electronic resource] : with remarks on the qualifications of officers : and on the numerous evils arising to the revenue, from the insufficiency of the present salary : humbly addressed to the Hon. and Right Hon. the members of both houses of Parliament.; Paine, Thomas,
Great Britain Commissioners Of Finance : English inquisition, or, Money rais'd by the new secret extent law without act of Parliament [electronic resource] : wherein it is prov'd that an arbitrary power tolerated in these realms, gives up to be sacrific'd at pleasure, every man's right and property ... : in the treatise is enter'd an account of seven persecutions rais'd by the Whigs ...; Povey, Charles,
Great Britain Commissioners Of His Majestys Woods Forests And Land Revenues : The privy purse of His Majesty [electronic resource] : considerably above 20 years has probably elapsed since what was called the privy purse, was given up to the people, and a stipulated sum by act of Parliament to the king, perhaps a public inquiry would show how much the Commissioners of Woods, Forests, and Land Revenue, have passed into the treasury in diminution of taxes.; Pitt, Charles.