Great Britain Foreign Relations United States Early Works To 1800 : A candid examination of the objections to the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, between the United States and Great-Britain : as stated in the report of the Committee appointed by the citizens of the United States, in Charleston, South-Carolina / by a citizen of South-Carolina.; Smith, William Loughton,
Great Britain Foreign Trade Regulation Early Works To 1800 : The consequences of tolerating gold and silver to be exported out of this kingdom, discovered; : and the manner how the coin of this nation has been destroy'd; and likewise how the French king may reasonably be supposed to have supplies of lion-dollars to furnish the Turks withal to carry on the Wars against the German emperor.
Great Britain General Board Of Health : Report of the Medical Relief Committee to the Select Vestry of the Parish of Liverpool : in reply to the charges of the General Board of Health.; Liverpool (England : Parish).
Great Britain Government Publications Bibliography : The English historical library. Part III : giving an account of our records, law-books, and coins, from the conquest to the end of Q. Elizabeth's reign, so far as they are serviceable to history / by William Nicolson.; Nicolson, William,
Great Britain Governors : Englands lamentation, or, The out-cry of the people against opression and the oppressors; Whitfeld, William.
Great Britain Guidebooks Early Works To 1800 : A book of the names of all parishes, market towns, villages, hamblets, and smallest places, in England and Wales : Alphabetically set down, as they be in every shire. With the names of the hundreds in which they are, and how many towns there are in every hundred. So that naming any town or place in England and Wales, you may presently in the alphabet find it, and know in what shire and hundred it is, and so know the distance from it to the shire town, and in the large table for shires in England, how far to London, or from it, to any other town in England. Together with a catalogue of the market towns, castles, parish churches, rivers, forrests and parks; and also the length, breadth and circumference of every particular shire. A work very necessary for travellers, quartermasters, gatherers of breefs, strangers, carriers, and messengers with letters, and all others that know the name of the place, but can neither tell where it is, nor how to go unto it. If you would find out any shire, note that the shires lie alphabetically, beginning with Bark-shire, and so folloing accordingly.