Riots England London Westminster Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the passages between the Surrey petitioners, and the souldiers at VVestminster. May the 16. 1648. : Clearly proving, by whom the first affront was given, as by the examinations, upon oath appeareth. With the manner of their unparalel'd riot, and audacious contempt of the High Court of Parliament. Published to prevent mis-information, and to satisfie all that are well-willers to the kingdomes peace. Imprimatur, G. Mabbot.
Riots England Middlesex : The conduct of Ralph Hodgson, Esq [electronic resource] : one of His Majesty's justices of peace for the county of Middlesex, in the affair of the coal-heavers.; Hodgson, Ralph.
Riots England Oxford Early Works To 1800 : The Several papers which were laid before the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled [electronic resource] : relating to the riots at Oxford on His Royal Highness the Prince's birth-day : pursuant to their lordships address to His Majesty for that purpose : with the resolutions of the house thereupon.
Riots England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Captain Tom's ballad: or, Captain Tom's lamentation, : for his mob's tribulation, who lost reputation, all over the nation. A pleasant new song, to the tune of, Packington's Pound.
Riots England Warwickshire : A journal of the proceedings of J. Hewitt, mayor, and one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the city and county of Coventry [in] the year 1756: in the suppressing of riots and tumults, in the county of Warwick, and the city and county of Coventry.; Hewitt, John,
Riots England Whitehaven : Report of the trial of the Whitehaven rioters [electronic resource] : at the Cumberland Spring Assizes, February 24, 1832 (before Mr. Justice Alderson) / extracted from the Whitehaven Herald.
Riots England Yarmouth : An appeal to popular opinion against kidnapping and murder [electronic resource] : including a narrative of the late atrocious proceedings at Yarmouth : with the statements, hand-bills, &c. pro and con / by John Thelwall.; Thelwall, John,
Riots Florida Miami : Miami report : the report of the Miami Study Team on civil disturbances in Miami, Florida during the week of August 5, 1968 / [Louis J. Hector and Paul L. E. Helliwell, co-directors]; Miami Study Team on Civil Disturbances in Miami, Florida.
Riots France Lyon : Histoire des insurrections de Lyon, en 1831 et en 1834ents authentiques, précédée d'un essai sur les ouvriers en soie et sur l'organisation de la fabrique [electronic resource] / par J.B. Monfalcon.; Monfalcon, Jean Baptiste,
Riots Great Britain History Early Works To 1800 : The history of all the mobs, tumults, and insurrections in Great Britain from William the Conqueror to the present time [electronic resource] : to which is added the act of Parliament and proclamation lately publish'd for punishing rioters.; Ferguson, Robert,
Riots History : Moral economy and popular protest : crowds, conflict and authority / edited by Adrian Randall and Andrew Charlesworth.
Riots Illinois Alton : The freedom speech of Wendell Phillips [electronic resource] : Faneuil Hall, December 8, 1837 : with descriptive letters from eye witnesses.; Phillips, Wendell,
Riots Illinois Chicago : Battleground Chicago : the police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention.; Kusch, Frank,
Riots Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. : Whereas several persons disaffected to his Majesties most serene and auspicious government, have of late in a riotous and warlike manner assembled together in several parts of this his kingdom, ...; Ireland.
Riots Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : At the Court at Whitehall this sixth day of November 1685. : Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty. His Royal Highness Prince George ... [22 others] Mr. Chancellour of the Dutchy. : For the preventing tumultuous disorders, which may happen hereafter upon pretence of assembling, to make bonfires, and fire-works ...; England and Wales.
Riots London England Early Works To 1800 : At the court at Whitehall this seventh day of November 1683. : Present the Kings most excellent Majesty, Lord President ... [16 others] Mr. Godolphin. : Whereas complaint was this day made to His Majesty in council, that his Excellency the Sieur Citters, ambassadour residing here from the States General of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, was on the fifth day of this instant November, riotously assaulted in his coach, several squibs, stones, and firebrands being thrown, whereby his lady who was with him, was dangerously wounded ...; England and Wales.
Riots Massachusetts Boston : Boston slave riot, and trial of Anthony Burns : containing the report of the Faneuil Hall meeting, the murder of Batchelder, Theodore Parker's lesson for the day, speeches of counsel on both sides, corrected by themselves, verbatim report of Judge Loring's decision, and, a detailed account of the embarkation.