Debates And Debating England Early Works To 1800 : An exact collection of the debates of the House of Commons, held at Westminster, October 21, 1680 : Prorogued the tenth, and dissolved the eighteeth of January following. With the debates of the House of Commons at Oxford, assembled March 21. 1680. Also a just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the said Parliaments.; England and Wales.
Debled Georges Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of De Moor v. Belgium : judgment of 23 June 1994 : B - Case of Debled v. Belgium : judgment of 22 September 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Deblonde Gautier : Artists : photographs by Gautier Deblonde / with an essay by M. Gooding.
Debnam Samuel : Fryer Iohn Frauncis of Nigeon in Fraunce : A replication to that lewde aunswere, which Fryer Iohn Frauncis (of the Minimes order in Nigeon nigh vnto Paris in Fraunce) hath made to a letter, that his mother caused to be written, and sent to him out of England, in August. 1585. Wherevnto is annexed an aunswere, to that which the same fryer hath written to his father and mother: in defence, and to the prayse of that religion, which he dooth nowe professe: and to the disprayse and defacing of that religion, which is nowe professed in Englande. Whereof the fryer himselfe was a scholler and professor, vntill the yeere 1583. which was the 18. yeere of hys age. VVritten by Robert Crowley. Anno. 1586.; Crowley, Robert,
Debt Cancellation Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A Remonstrance, manifesting the lamentable miseries of the creditors and servants of the late King, Queen, & Prince. : Who vvith great sums purchas'd their places during their lives, and receiving no benefit therof, since 1639. did for a long time expect an agreement between the King and Parliament. But the event proving otherwise, they by that occasion losing their places, and therewith the only means of their subsistence; therefore the late Parliament in consideration thereof, by an Act June 1649. ordained, that they should be satisfied of all their just debts due before these wars, out of the goods and personal estate of the late King, Queen, and Prince: of which also they were exceedingly frustrated, for 28000 l. in ready mony, and about 40000 l. worth of the said goods were taken from their use, and many of the said goods are still in the use of particular men, whilst many of the said creditors and servants begg, and starve forwant [sic] of bread. Yet the survivers, with the widows and orphans of the rest deceased, have just cause to hope, that his Excellency the Lord Gen. Cromwell, Major Gen. Harrison, and others, who were instrumentall in procuring the said Act, will likewise in all reason, equity, and compassion see it fulfilled; seeing God hath given them power, authority, and opportunity to do many such just, and needfull acts, for preventing the ruin of hundreds of poor families, which otherwise would speedily follow.
Debt Drama : Scuffer / by Mark Catley.; Catley, Mark.
Debt England Cambridge Early Works To 1800 : Whereas it appears by experience that many inconveniences have arisen both to tutors and pupils for want of due payment of quarterly bills : and by reason of pupils trading with unlicensed persons, and without order of their tutors; for the remedying these inconveniences, it is hereby thought fit by us whose names are hereunto subscribed, tutors in the University, to offer unto the consideration of Mr Vicechancellor and heads of colleges our humble request as followeth, ...; University of Cambridge.
Debt Great Britain History : Of bondage : debt, property, and personhood in early modern England / Amanda Bailey.; Bailey, Amanda,
Debt Imprisionment For England Early Works To 1800 : A cast over the vvater, by John Taylor. Giuen gratis to William Fennor, the rimer, from London to the Kings Bench. Or a replication to Fennors answer. With admonitions, and friendly exhortations in prose and verse, perswading the said Fennor to penitence, that he may hang with the clearer consience at Saint Thomas of Waterings. Heere may you see a fellow brau'd and baffled, and (like a iade) is spurgal'd; swicht, and snaffled; Taylor, John,