London England Intellectual Life 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Motives grounded upon the Word of God, and upon honour, profit, and pleasure for the present founding an university in the metropolis London: : with answers to such objections as might be made by any (in their incogitancy) against the same. Humbly presented (in stead of heathenish and superstitious new-yeares gifts) to the Right Honourable the Lord Major, the right worshipfull the aldermen his brethren, and to those faithfull and prudent citizens which were lately chosen by the said city to be of the Common Counsell thereof for this year insuing, viz. 1647. / By a true lover of his nation, and especially of the said city.; True Lover of His Nation, and Especially of the Said City.
London England London Mental Hospitals : Psychiatry for the poor : 1851 Colney Hatch Asylum - Friern Hospital, 1973 : a medical and social history / by R. Hunter and I. MacAlpine.; Hunter, Richard Alfred.
London England Maps Early Works To 1800 : A map of the river Thames. : Merrily cald Blanket Fair as it was frozen in the memorable-year 1683/4. : Describing the booths, foot-paths, coachs, sledges, bull baitings and other remarks upon that famous river.; Moxon, Joseph,
London England Militia : Proposals and remarks for the improvement of the city-militia [electronic resource] : and for watch and ward.; Sharp, Granville,
London England Militia 17th Century : The Free-mens petition: to the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the city of London, in Common-Council assembled, : the humble representation of many thousands of the free-born people of England, inhabiting in London, and freemen of the same city..
London England Moral Conditions 18th Century : The generous projector, or, A friendly proposal to prevent murder and other enormous abuses [electronic resource] : by erecting an hospital for foundlings and bastard-children ... and necessary hints for redressing divers other publick grievances, which call aloud for amendment : humbly dedicated to the Right Honourable Humphry Parsons ... and highly worthy the consideration of the legislature.; Defoe, Daniel,
London England Nobility : The Jockey Club, or, A sketch of the manners of the age [electronic resource].; Pigott, Charles,
London England Nobility Directories : Directory to the nobility, gentry, and families of distinction, in London, Westminster, &c. being a supplement to the British directory of trade, commerce, and manufacture, for 1793 [electronic resource] : together with the alterations, corrections, and additional names, in the list of merchants, manufacturers, brokers, and traders.
London England Officials And Employees Discipline Early Works To 1800 : An act of Common-Councill of the city of London, made in the first and second years of the reign of Philip & Mary, for retrenching of the expences of the lord mayor & sheriffs, &c [electronic resource] : published with additional reasons for putting the said act in present execution / and now offered to the consideration of all good citizens by some well-wishers of the present and future prosperity of the said city ...; City of London (England).
London England Officials And Employees Sources : The Writ of quo warranto served upon the Lord Mayor, commonalty, and citizens of London : to inquire by what authority they use and lay claim to their liberties, privledges, and franchises.
London England Orphan Working School : Plan of the Orphan Working School charity [electronic resource] : in the city road, founded in the year 1760, for the maintenance, instruction, and employment of orphans and other necessitous children : to which are annexed a list of the governors and benefactors, and a statement of the funds of the charity.; Orphan Working School (London, England)
London England Orphans : A true copy of two speeches spoken by two orphans, educated in Christ-Hospital, on the 13th day of August, 1663 : being a day set apart to commemorate God's mercies bestowed on their fellow-brethren, who were formerly educated and brought up in the said hospital.; Parker, John.
London England Plague 1665 : Lamentatio civitatis, or, Londons complaint against her children in the countrey : shewing her weaknesse, poverty, and desolatenesse ... : as also a brief account how many died in the years 1529 [i.e. 1592], 1603, 1625, 1630, 1636,1637, 1638, 1646,1647 1648, with this present year 1665 : likewise several preservatives against the infection.