Mackenzie Thomas Of Pluscardine : Edinbvrgh, the 4. of May 1649. : Whereas the Estates of Parliament, upon consideration of the insolent practices and rebellious attempt of Thomas Mackenzie of Pluscarden ...,; Scotland.
Mackinnon William Alexander 1789 1870 : "Health of towns": an examination of the report and evidence of the Select Committee of Mr. Mackinnon's bill, and of the acts for establishing cemeteries around the metropolis.
Macklain John : The Most wonderful and true relation of Master John Macklain minister of Gods word at Lesbury in the county of Northumberland, : who being one hundred and sixteen years of age, was miraculously restored to a youthful vigour and complexion, new haire growing upon his head, new teeth in his mouth, and his eyes restored to a most cleer and perfect sight, after the use of spectacles for almost forty years together. As also his recovery to a perfect strength again in every part of his body, so that now he preacheth constantly every Lords day in the parish aforesaid.
Mackworth Humphrey Sir 1657 1727 Proposal For Payment Of The Public : A continuation of the dialogue, or, A familiar discourse concerning Sir Humphry Mackworth's Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt taxes ...: between a noble lord, an old member of Parliament, an eminent merchant, a learned lawyer, a country gentleman, a master weaver, a notable broker, all met together accidentally on purpose in Exchange-Alley ...; M. C.
Maclaren Charles 1782 1866 Railways Compared With Canals And Common : Primo elemento della forza commerciale, ossia, Nuovo metodo di costruire le strade [electronic resource] / di G.L. Mac-Adam ; traduzione dall'originale inglese di G. De Welz offerta alla Sicilia ed agli altri stati d'Italia con note, tre appenddici, ed un riassunto dello stesso traduttore.; McAdam, John Loudon,
Maclean Alexander Walker Unto The Right Honourable The Lords Commissioners : Eureka!, or, The fundamental principles of monetary circulation [electronic resource] : shewing the advantages derived from a connection with joint-stock banks, and the impossibility of successful competition in any business without such connection, in the absence of a national deposit bank of issue.
Maclean Lauchlin : A new Darien artifice laid open [electronic resource] : in a notable instance of Captain Maclean's name being used ... to vouch for the Caledonian Company, after that gentleman hath been persecuted by them these thirteen months past for vouching against them / authore anti Dariensi.; Harris, Walter,
Maclean Rory : Under the dragon : travels in a betrayed land.; MacLean, Rory.
Maclennan John : From shore to shore : the life and times of the Rev. John MacLennan of Belfast, P.E.I..; MacLennan, Jean M.
Macleod Norman 1783 1862 : Extracts from letters to the Rev. Dr. M'Leod, Glasgow [electronic resource] : regarding the famine and destitution in the Highlands and islands of Scotland.
Maclise Daniel : David Maclise, 1806-1870.; Arts Council of Great Britain.
Macmahon Terence Sir : A sermon preach'd at St. Michan's Church in Dublin, February the 23d, 1700. : Upon receiving into the communion of the Church of England, the Honble Sir Terence Mac-mahon, Knt & Barnet and Christopher Dunn, converts from the Church of Rome. : Wherein is an account also of a late controversie, betwixt the author and some Romanists. / By John Clayton, Præbendary of St. Michan's.; Clayton, John,
Macon France : Lettres patentes du roi, qui autorisent les états du Mâconnois à emprunter une somme de trois cents vingt mille livres, à emprunter à la navigation de la Saône [electronic resource] : & qui leur accorde une remise de deux cents mille livres sur le bail du péage de Mâcon : données à Versailles le 1er. février 1784.; France.
Macon France History 18th Century Sources : Arrêt de règlement de la Cour des aides, concernant le droit de marque & de contrôle sur les ouvrages d'or & d'argent [electronic resource] : entre Henry Clavel, régisseur général desdits droits, appellant de sentence de l'election de Mâcon, du 2 septembre 1782; et Joseph Soldat, marchand orfevre à Mâcon : du 19 mai 1786.; France.
Maconnais France : Lettres patentes du roi, qui autorisent les états du Mâconnois à emprunter une somme de trois cents vingt mille livres, à emprunter à la navigation de la Saône [electronic resource] : & qui leur accorde une remise de deux cents mille livres sur le bail du péage de Mâcon : données à Versailles le 1er. février 1784.; France.
Macpherson A G H : A pageant of the sea : the Macpherson Collection of Maritime Prints and Drawings in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich / by M.S. Robinson.; National Maritime Museum (Great Britain)