Great Britain Social Life And Customs 1701 1800 : A scheme for an act of Parliament for the better regulating servants and ascertaining their wages and lessening the future growth of the poor and vagrants of the kingdom [electronic resource] : humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Parliament of Great Britain / by Christopher Tancred ...; Tancred, Christopher,
Great Britain Social Life And Customs 1714 1837 : Georgians revealed : life, style and the making of modern Britain / Moira Goff, John Goldfinch, Karen Limper-Herz and Helen Peden ; with an introduction by Amanda Goodrich.; Goff, Moira.
Great Britain Social Life And Customs Humour : Wonderfull strange newes from Woodstreet Counter. : Yet not so strange as true. Being proved by lamentable experience. The relation of which will make you laugh, 'twill make you cry, 'twill make you mad, 'twill make you try, many more wonderfull effects. As Tom-Tell-troth can witnesse. It will convert a whore, enrich the poore, and make a sergeant kind, then buy it now, for I doe know, that it will please your mind.
Great Britain Sovereign 1702 1714 Anne : Caleb's character: or, A good subject's duty. : A sermon preach'd in the cathedral church of Winchester, at the assizes held there, March the 8th. 1704/5. Being the anniversary of Her Majesty's happy accession to the throne. / By John Horsnell ... ; Publish'd at the request of the gentlemen of the Grand-Jury.; Horsnell, John,
Great Britain Sovereign 1702 1714 Queen Anne : A view of the taxes, funds, and publick revenues of England [electronic resource] : with the total of monies voted by Parliament, during Queen Ann's war, from the year 1702, to the year 1712 inclusive : shewing the particular uses it was voted for ... to which is prefix'd, a short prefatory address to the reader for the easier comprehending the whole affair.
Great Britain Sovereigns Early Works To 1800 : Basilika dōra, sive, sylloge epistolarum, orationum, & carminum regalium : Quæ quos Britanniæ monarchas authores: quos etiam editores antehac habuerint, inspicienti statim constabit.