Great Britain Treaties Etc United States 1794 Nov 19 : 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 William And Mary 1689 1702 Early Works To 1800 : An exact account of the Elector of Saxony's passing the Rhine, with his army, : defeating several of the French, and rendring himself master of several strong places abandoned by them. Together with the raising of the blockade of Montmelian in Savoy.
Great Britain X History Commonwealth And Protectorate 1649 1660 : A copy of a letter; : written to one of the members of Parliament now sitting : wherein is contained a serious reflection, upon the fallacies and disingeniousness of the Army, in their seven unalterable fundamentals, lately published. As also a seasonable caution to all governours, for their better securing themselves and the nation, from being made any more a prey to the lusts and wills of the Army and their adherents.
Great Britan History Stuarts 1603 1714 Sources : An act of Parl[ia]m[en]t. appointing comissioners for examination of the miscarriages of all officers in relation to ye treasure of the nation & the managm[en]t of ye warr, & also for ye better carrying on the present warr.
Great Britian History Civil War 1642 1649 Peace Early Works To : Down-right dealing, or The despised Protestant speaking plain English : to the Kings most excellent Majesty the honourable houses of Parliament. The city of London. The Army. And all other peace-desiring commons of this divided and self-destroying kingdome. / Written by J.H. an impartiall observer of the present transactions of the court, city, and camp.; Howell, James,
Great Brtain History Commonwealth And Protectorate 1649 1660 Early : Synkrētismos. Or Dis-satisfaction satisfied. : In seventeen sober and serious queries, tending to allay the discontents, and satisfie the scruples, of persons dis-satisfied about the late revolution of government in the Common-Wealth, and to guide every mans feet into the way of his duty, and the publique peace. Proposed by J.G. a cordiall friend, and well-willer to the interest of all men, consistent with the publique peace and safety.; Goodwin, John,