Fire Early Works To 1800 : Artificiall fire : or Coale for rich and poore. This being the offer of an excellent nevv invention, by Mr. Richard Gesling ingineer, (late deceased) but now thought fit to be put in practice. Read, practice, judge.
Fire Insurance England Early Works To 1800 : An advertisement. : Being a proposal by Dr. Barbon and partners for insuring hous[e] and goods from fire, by a water-work, and to serve the insure[d] houses and others with water, at a cheaper rate, in the price of th[e] water, and insurance.; Barbon, Nicholas,
Fire Prevention Early Works To 1800 : The probable reaons why the fire that began in the city of Edinburgh the 3. of February 1700, : did so suddenly spread, both with and against the wind, and was not sooner stopt; with some proposals how to prevent the like for the future.
Fire Prevention England Oxford Early Works To 1800 : Orders and directions agreed upon by His Majesties Justices and Peace : of the University and City of Oxford, at the general sessions of the peace and goal delivery held for the said city, on Thursday next after Easter, in the three and twentieth year of His Majesties reign ; for the prevention of the danger of fire.
Fire Prevention Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Seasonable advice, for preventing the mischiefe of fire, that may come by negligence, treason, or otherwise : Ordered to be printed by the Lord Major of London. And is thought very necessary to hang in every mans house, especially in these dangerous times. / Invented by William Gosling, engineer.; Gosling, William,
Fire Prevention Law And Legislation Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : At the Court at Whitehall, this tenth of November, 1682. : Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty, His Highness Prince Rupert ... [20 others] Mr. Godolphin. : For the preventing tumultuous disorders which may happen hereafter upon pretence of assembling to make bonfires ...; England and Wales.
Fire Prevention Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Edinburgh, first May one thousand six hundred and seventy four years : The which day, the lord provost, baillies, council, and deacons of crafts, being conveened in council, together with many of the old magistrates, and deacons, ...; Edinburgh (Scotland).
Fire Religious Aspects Sermons : London's calamity by fire bewailed and improved in a sermon preached at St. James Dukes-Place : wherein the judgements of God are asserted, the times of those judgments specified, the reasons for those judgments assigned, and all in some measure suitably applied / by Robert Elborough ...; Elborough, Robert.
Fire Services Hull : Smoke in your head : 25 years of the Kingston upon Hull Auxiliary Fire Service Association and its operational units Humberside Volunteer Fire Service, Paull Airfield Auxiliary Fire Section and the Humberside Auxiliary Emergency Service.; Baker, Howard,
Firearms Andorra : A - Case of Diennet v. France : judgment of 26 September 1995 : B - Case of G. v. France : judgment of 27 September 1995 : C - Case of Iribarne Perez v. France : judgment of 24 October 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Firearms Early Works To 1800 : English military discipline, or, The way and method of exercising horse & foot according to the practice of this present time : with a treatise of all sorts of arms and engines of war, of fire-works, ensigns, and other military instruments, both ancient and modern, enriched with many figures.; Harford, Robert,
Firearms Government Policy United States : The behavioral science of firearms [electronic resource] : a mental health perspective on guns, suicide, and violence / Gianni Pirelli, Hayley Wechsler and Robert J. Cramer.; Pirelli, Gianni.