Great Britain Treaties History : The British North American colonies [electronic resource] : letters to the Right Hon. E.G.S. Stanley, M.P. upon the existing treaties with France and America as regards their "rights of fishery" upon the coasts of Nova Scotia, Labrador, and Newfoundland ... / by George R. Young.; Young, George R.
Great Britain Vice Admiralty Courts : A Short view of the Lord High Admiral's jurisdiction, and of the several acts for regulating and restraining the trade of the British plantations [electronic resource] : and of the Commissions of Vice-Admiralty Courts there : together with the heads of a bill for the better regulating the same.
Great Britain William And Mary 1689 1702 Early Works To 1800 : An exact account of the Elector of Saxony's passing the Rhine, with his army, : defeating several of the French, and rendring himself master of several strong places abandoned by them. Together with the raising of the blockade of Montmelian in Savoy.
Great Britain X History Commonwealth And Protectorate 1649 1660 : A copy of a letter; : written to one of the members of Parliament now sitting : wherein is contained a serious reflection, upon the fallacies and disingeniousness of the Army, in their seven unalterable fundamentals, lately published. As also a seasonable caution to all governours, for their better securing themselves and the nation, from being made any more a prey to the lusts and wills of the Army and their adherents.
Great Britan History Stuarts 1603 1714 Sources : An act of Parl[ia]m[en]t. appointing comissioners for examination of the miscarriages of all officers in relation to ye treasure of the nation & the managm[en]t of ye warr, & also for ye better carrying on the present warr.
Great Britian History Civil War 1642 1649 Peace Early Works To : Down-right dealing, or The despised Protestant speaking plain English : to the Kings most excellent Majesty the honourable houses of Parliament. The city of London. The Army. And all other peace-desiring commons of this divided and self-destroying kingdome. / Written by J.H. an impartiall observer of the present transactions of the court, city, and camp.; Howell, James,
Great Brtain History Commonwealth And Protectorate 1649 1660 Early : Synkrētismos. Or Dis-satisfaction satisfied. : In seventeen sober and serious queries, tending to allay the discontents, and satisfie the scruples, of persons dis-satisfied about the late revolution of government in the Common-Wealth, and to guide every mans feet into the way of his duty, and the publique peace. Proposed by J.G. a cordiall friend, and well-willer to the interest of all men, consistent with the publique peace and safety.; Goodwin, John,