Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment Case Studies : The boy who was raised as a dog : and other stories from a child psychiatrist's notebook : what traumatized children can teach us about loss, love, and healing / Bruce D. Perry, Maia Szalavitz.; Perry, Bruce D.
Postal Rates France : Cases of Beldjoudi, Periscope and X v. France : judgment of 26 and 31 March, 1992.; European Court of Human Rights.
Postal Rates Great Britain : To the honourable the House of Commons in Parliament assembled, a brief scheme humbly presented : for raising 40000 l. per annum with great facility, by a duty that may be laid on the postage of letters, in lieu of the intended duty on glass.; Weston, Charles.
Postal Service Early Works To 1800 : A discourse briefly shewing the true state and title of the Comptroller, or Postmaster generall of England : the Lord Stanhopes right to it, and consequently to the forraigne and inland letter offices, as incident thereunto, and more plainly appeares by a report of Sir Robert Heath, then his Maiesties atturney generall: by a verdict or jury of 12. men in the Kings bench, and a report in the Commons House of Parliament, in the 4. of our gratious soveraigne. 12. Novembris, 37 Henrici Octavi.; Stanhope of Harrington, Charles Stanhope,
Postal Service Employees : Adjudication in the trade dispute between the Posts and Telegraphs Department and its non-gazetted employees : (directed by the Government of India under rule 81-A of the Defence of India Rules).; Rajadhyaksha, G.S.
Postal Service England Foreign Mail Early Works To 1800 : By the King. : Whereas heretofore sundry wayes haue bene deuised to redresse the disorders among the postes of our realme in generall, and particularly to preuent the inconueniences both to our owne seruice, and the lawfull trade of the honest merchants ...; England and Wales.
Postal Service England Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : A brief director for those that would send their letters to any parts of England, Scotlaud, or Ireland. Or A list of all the carriers, waggoners coaches, posts, ships, barks, hoys, and passage-boats, that come to London, from the most parts and places, by land & sea : Alphabetically printed, so that none may pretend ignorance, who would gladly send, but know not where to carry their letters. With the dayes when they come, and when they return. And also to send letters to the most habitable parts of the world, and to have an answer.; Taylor, John,
Postal Service England History 17th Century : For information to all people where to deliver their letters by the penny post : the following list is an account of the several houses within the city and liberty of Westminster to Temple-Bar without, and some adjacent parts, appointed by the undertakers for receiving letters and pacquets under a pound weight, to be conveyed to all or any part of the said city : as also of London, and all the weekly bills of mortality.
Postal Service England Kent History : By the King, orders decreed vpon for the furtherance of our seruice, asvvell in vvriting, as riding in poste : specially set downe, and commanded to be obserued, where our posts are established within our countie of Kent.; England and Wales.
Postal Service English Channel History : The centenary of the Ostend-Dover Line, 1846-1946 : a contribution to the history of the anglo-continental maritime relations by mailboat service since its origin.; Burbure de Wesembeek, Albert de.
Postal Service Great Britain History Early Works To 1800 : VVhereas there was an act made in the 12th year of this King, entituled, An act for the creating and establishing a post office; : wherein the postage of letters for His Majesties dominions is exprest; and also a schedule of rates for foreign letters: in which act there is a proviso in the words following.