Interest Biblical Teaching : A Discourse upon usury, or, Lending money for increase (occasioned by Mr. David Jones's late farewel sermon) : proving by undeniable arguments the lawfulness thereof and answering the plausible objections from Scripture, councils, and fathers against it / published at the request of several judicious and sober Christians for the information and satisfaction of all such as have or may be concerned in the matter of so general and weighty importance.
Interest England Law And Legislation : Decay of trade, a treatise against the abating of interest, or, Reasons shewing the inconveniencies which will insue, by the bringing downe of interest money to six or five in the hundred, and raising the price of land in this kingdome / by a Well wisher of the Common-wealth.; Well wisher of the Common-wealth.
Interest England Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : An act prohibiting any person to take above the rate of six pounds for loan of one hundred pounds for a year. : Friday the eighth of August, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.; England and Wales.
Interest England Tables : A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere : most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender.; Penkethman, John.
Interest England Tables 17th Century : The compleat trades-man, or, A guide for the true stating of any question touching interest or rebate to six per cent. per annum, according to the late act of Parliament. : Or, Certain numbers contracted and fitted for the computation of simple interest at the rate abovesaid, for any number of days under 365. As also numbers fitted for discompt or rebate for moneths, from one to sixty, at the same rate. Both performed by addition only. The like not hitherto published. / By J.H. accomptant.; Hayes, John,
Interest Great Britain Tables Early Works To 1800 : Tables of interest and rebate: : shevving exactly what is to be allowed for the forebearance or discount of any sum paid before or after it be due, at the rate of 6 pounds per cent per annum, according to the late act of Parliament. Together with divers other tables for the ready summing up of the price of any commodity, valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions, &c.
Interest Of England In The Matter Of Religion : Interest mistaken, or, the Holy cheat : proving from the undeniable practises and positions of the Presbyterians, that the design of that party is to enslave both king and people under the masque of religion : by way of observation upon a treatise, intitutled, The interest of England in the matter of religion, &c. / by Roger L'Estrange.; L'Estrange, Roger,
Interest Of England Maintained : A vindication of the Humble remonstrance and petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons, of the city of London, in Common-Councell assembled, presented to both Houses of Parliament, the 26 of May, 1646. Or, An answer to two late libels published by two anonymusses, against the said remonstrance: : the one intituled, A modest reply to the city remonstrance. The other called, The interest of England maintained. Wherein many falsehoods in those two pamphlets are discovered; absurdities manifested; and the truth in the remonstrance justified. / By John Bellamie. Published according to order.; Bellamie, John,
Interest Rates England : Usury at six per cent. examined, and found unjustly charged by Sir Tho. Culpepper and J.C. with many crimes and oppressions, whereof 'tis altogether innocent : wherein is shewed the necessity of retrenching our luxury, and vain consumption of forraign commodities, imported by English money : also the reducing the wages of servants, labourers / by Thomas Manley, Gent.; Manley, Thomas,
Interest Rates Great Britain : Interest of money mistaken, or, A treatise proving that the abatement of interest is the effect and not the cause of the riches of a nation : and that six per cent is a proportionable interest to the present condition of this kingdom.
Interest Rates Netherlands : Interest of money mistaken, or, A treatise proving that the abatement of interest is the effect and not the cause of the riches of a nation : and that six per cent is a proportionable interest to the present condition of this kingdom.
Interest Tables England 17th Century : A Caveat for the borower, or, A Perfect table of usurie : shewing how much the principall summe, with the interest, and interest vpon interest, from one pound to a thousand, amounteth vnto yearely for twentie one yeares, after the rate of ten in the hundred.
Interethnic Adoption : Making families through adoption / Nancy Riley, Krista Van Vleet.; Riley, Nancy.
Interethnic Marriage : Intercultural couples : crossing boundaries, negotiating difference / Jill M. Bystydzienski.; Bystydzienski, Jill M.,
Interfaith Marriage : A brief exhortation to all who profess the truth : to come clear out of Babylon, and not to joyn with any hurtful or unseemly practice, nor make marriages with unbelieuers, but be a seperate people from every unclean thing, thus god may receive you.; Willsford, John.
Interfaith Marriage Early Works To 1800 : The lawfulnes of mixt-marriages weighed, or, An answer to a dialogue between A. and B., written by Stephen Tory in vindication of mixt-marriages, by a conference between C. and D. concerning the same dialogue / by J.D.; J. D.