Dealers Retail Trade Law And Legislation England London Early Works To : By the king. : Whereas diuers bakers, brewers, inholders, butchers, and other victualers through their greedy desire of vnlawfull gaine, not contented with reasonable profit in vttering and selling of victuals vnto our subiects in the Common wealth, and specially in our progresse within the verge of our Court, ...; England and Wales.
Dean Forest Of England Early Works To 1800 : A modest vindication of the case of John Giffard gent· : And an answer to the reply of the preservators of Deane Forest. With certain reasons why those iron works should not be demolished untill his stock be wrought out.; Giffard, John.
Dean Gabriel 1678 : A warning for bad wives: or The manner of the burning of Sarah Elston : Who was burnt to death a stake on Kennington. Common neer Southwark, on Wednesday the 24th of April 1678. For murdering her husband Thomas Elston, the 25th of September last. and likewise the execution and confession of John Masters, and Gabriel Dean his man; who were executed for robbing on the highway. Together with their behaviour, last vvords, and confession at the place of execution. With allowance. Ro. L'Estrange.
Dean Howard 1948 : Mousepads, shoe leather, and hope : lessons from the Howard Dean campaign for the future of Internet politics / [edited by] Zephyr Teachout and Thomas Streeter et al.
Dean James : On the beneficial employment of the surplus labouring classes [electronic resource] : more especially the agricultural portion of them, in the winter season of the year, and on the garden allotment system : respectfully offered for acceptance to the president and council of the Royal Agricultural Society of England / by James Dean.; Dean, James.
Dean John Mr : The Tryal and sentence of death, to be drawn, hang'd and quartered, pronounced against Mr. Mack an apothecary of Salisbury, Mr. John Thorp an inn-keeper of the same town, Mr. Kensey a chyrurgeon of Newbery, and Mr. Dean, and Mr Lakes of Hungerfo[r]d. : Upon a charge of high treason, for conspiring together, to take up arms, and raise new forces for the king of Scots. With their several speeches delivered at the bar on Fryday last; and the arraignment and condemnation of 8 other gentlemen to be hang'd by the neck till they are dead.