Inheritance And Succession England 17th Century : The case of the children and grandchildren of Sir John Maynard, : and also of Mrs. Elizabeth Maynard, widow, relict of Joseph Maynard, only son of Sir John Maynard: together with some reasons most humbly offered to consideration on their behalf, against a bill endeavored to be obtained by the right honorable the Earl of Stamford ... entituled, An act for the settling of the estate of the said Sir John Maynard.
Inheritance And Succession England Cases Early Works To 1800 : The case of the Honourable William Ward Esq; son and heir apparent of the Right Honourable Edward Lord Ward, John Levett, Gent., and Mary his wife: : humbly offered to the consideration of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.; Ward, William,
Inheritance And Succession Europe History To 1500 Congresses : Making and breaking the rules : succession in medieval Europe, c.1000-c.1600 : proceedings of the colloquium held on 6, 7, 8 april 2006 = Établir et abolir les normes : la succession dans l'Europe médiévale, vers 1000-vers 1600 : actes de la conférence tenue les 6, 7 et 8 avril 2006 / dir. Frédérique Lachaud, Michael Penman.
Inheritance And Succession Germany : Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch vom 18. August 1896 nebst dem Einführungsgesetze vom 18. August 1896 / handausgabe mit Einleitung, erlauternden Anmerkungen und Sachregister in Verbindung mit Eugen Ebert und Heinrich von Schneider, herausgegeben von Otto Fischer & Wilhelm von Henle.; Fischer, Otto,
Inheritance And Succession Great Britain Cases Early Works To 1800 : Sir Evan Lloyd baronet, and Dame Mary his wife, Sydney Godolphin Esquire, and Susan his wife [brace] appellants : Sir Richard Carew baronet, an infant, the son and heir of Sir John Carew baronet, deceas'd [brace] respondent : the respondent, Sir Richard Carew's case.; Carew, Richard,
Inheritance And Transfer Tax : Estate and gift taxation : a comparative study / this study of estate and gift taxation in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, and the United States was prepared by Michael E. Butler ... [et al.] ; revised and edited by G.S.A. Wheatcroft.
Inheritance And Transfer Tax Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : Proposals for a fund of a hundred and fifty thousand pounds per annum : The first fifty thousand pounds per annum, of which, is proposed to be raised by and from a real improvement of the rights and prerogative of the crown. The other hundred thousand pounds per annum, to make the said fund, is proposed to be raised by such, who before they pay it, will be gainers, in happening to be the persons charged herewith, and therefore may with more reason afford to pay it, and think it no burden for being so charged. Most humbly offered to the consideration of the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and both houses of Parliament. By Thomas Houghton. Lime-street December the 4th 1694.; Houghton, Thomas,
Injections : Injection techniques in orthopaedic and sports medicine [electronic resource] : a practical manual for doctors and physiotherapists.; Saunders, Stephanie,
Injections Handbooks Manuals Etc : Injection techniques in orthopaedic and sports medicine : a practical manual for doctors and physiotherapists / Stephanie Saunders, Steve Longworth ; foreword by Peter Maddison.; Saunders, Stephanie,
Injunctions England Early Works To 1800 : Carolus secundus, dei gratia Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae Rex , fidei defensor, &c. : Johanni Bodvell armig. ac omni aliae persona: live omnibus aliis personis habent. clamant. ...
Injured Protestant Vindicated From False And Unjust Aspersions Of Papists A : By the Lords Justices and Council, a proclamation. : Winchester, Gallway. Whereas a scandalous and seditious libel, intituled, The injured Protestant vindicated, from false and unjust aspersions of papists and Jacobites, or, an answer by a French officer in Cork, to a letter sent from an English officer in Dublin, ...; Ireland.
Ink Industry England Early Works To 1800 : Advertisement. : Robert Pask stationer, at the Stationer's Arms and Inck-Bottle on the north side of the Royal Exchange, London: hath made a choice sort of black inck in hard balls, with that conveniency, that you may wear them about you, without any damage to the inck or your linnen ... ; Sold only at his own shop.; Pask, Robert.