Observations Arising From The Declaration Of War Against Spain : A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, Observations arising from the declaration of war against Spain, &c [electronic resource] : wherein is shewn, the absurdity and wickedness of that writer's considerations on the management of the war : as also, the folly of that question, viz. why this declaration of war was not made sooner?
Observations Dun Homme Impartial Sur La Lettre De Mr A Mr S B : Reponse de Mr. J. de Pinto, aux Observations d'un homme impartial [electronic resource] : sur sa Lettre à Mr. S.B., docteur en médecine à Kingston dans la Jamaïque, au sujet des troubles qui agitent actuellement toute l'Amérique septentrionale.; Pinto, Isaac de,
Observations On The Acts Of Parliament Of The 31st Of George Ii : A Defence of the amendments, proposed in the corn laws: being an answer to a pamphlet, intitled, "Observations on the acts of Parliament, of the thirty-first of George II. Chap. 3, and of the thirty-third of George II, Chap. 12, &c." : humbly submitted to the consideration of the Right Hon. and Hon. the House of Commons.
Observations Upon A Compleat History Of The Lives And Reignes Of Mary Queen : An answer to a scurrilous pamphlet intituled, Observations upon a compleat history of the lives and reignes of Mary, Queen of Scotland, and of her son, King James ... : the libeller, without a name, set out by G. Bedell and T. Collins, two booksellers / but the history vindicated by the authour William Sanderson, Esq.; Sanderson, William,
Observations Upon The Linen Trade : Observations on the several matters offered to the Linen Board as materials for a linen bill [electronic resource] : particularly on a paper, called, Observations on the linen trade : together with some humble hints with regard to the proposed amendment of our linen laws / by the linen weavers and manufacturers of the towns of Belfast, Lisburn, Hillsborough, and country adjacent.
Observations Upon The Strange And Wonderful Prophecies Of Mr John Gadbury : Antikaipos, or, An answer to that late bundle of malice, stuft with envy, error, and ignorance [electronic resource] : and sent into the world with the title of Observations upon the strange and wonderful prophecies of Mr. John Gadbury, being writ by an impudent pamphletier for the gain of a crown to buy him bread, &c. : with a true and impartial account of Mr. John Gadbury's conversation.
Observations Upon The Strange And Wonderful Prophecies Of Mr John Gadbury N : Antikairos· or, An ansvver to that late bundle of malice, stuft with envy, error, and ignorance: and sent into the world with the title of Observations upon the strange and wonderful prophecies of Mr. John Gadbury: being writ by an impudent pamphletier for the gain of a crown to buy him bread, &c. With a true and impartial account of Mr. John Gadbury's conversation.
Observator In Dialogue : A postscript to the Observators first volume, or, The answer of Miles Prance to several of those papers wherein he finds himself most traduced and slandered : with some notes to be added to Observator Numb. 8 of the 2d volumn [sic].; Prance, Miles,
Observator London England 1682 : A curb for Pegasus, or, Observations on The observator. : Number 10. Dated Munday July 6th. 1696. : In relation to the people called Quakers.
Observer London England : A legal and constitutional argument against the alleged judicial right of restraining the publication of reports of judicial proceedings: as assumed in the King v. Thistlewood and others, enforced against the proprietor of the Observer by a fine of £500, and afterwards confirmed by the Court of King's Bench / by J.P. Thomas.; Thomas, John Penford.