Monopolies England London Early Works To 1800 : To the most honorable assembly of the Commons in the house of Parliament, the binders of bookes in London doe most humbly shew, that whereas George Withers, Gent. hath lately composed a book ...; Bookbinders of London.
Monopolies European Union : State entrepreneurship, National monopolies and European Community law : competition and free movement in the energy, postal and telecommunications markets in the EEC.
Monopsonies Great Britain Social Aspects : The welfare consequences of the exercise of buyer power / prepared for the Office of Fair Trading by Paul Dobson, Michael Waterson, and Alex Chu.; Dobson, Paul,
Monro Alexander 1715 Spirit Of Calumny And Slander Examind : The Scots episcopal innocence, or, The juggling of that party with the late King, His present Majesty, the Church of England, and the Church of Scotland demonstrated : together with a catalogue of the Scots Episcopal clergy turn'd out for their disloyalty ... since the revolution : and a postscript with reflections on a late malicious pamphlet entituled The spirit of malice and slander ... / by Will. Laick.; Ridpath, George,
Monro John 1715 1791 : Customers and patrons of the mad-trade : the management of lunacy in eighteenth-century London : with the complete text of John Monro's 1766 case book / Jonathan Andrews and Andrew Scull.; Andrews, Jonathan,
Monson William 1672 : The traytors pilgrimage from the Tower to Tyeburn: : being a true relation of the drawing of William Lord Munson, Sir Henry Mildmay, and Esquire Wallop, upon three several sledges on Munday last the 27th of this instant January, being the day that our late Gracious Soveraign King Charles received that horrid and most unjust sentence to lose his dear and precious life before the gates of his own royal palace. With manner of the proceedings at Tyburn, in order to the degrading and devesting them of their former titles of honour; and their declaratory speeches to both the right worshipful sheriffs of London and Middlesex.
Monson William Active 1700 : Sir Thomas Grosvenor's case, in answer to the petition of William Monson and William Thompson esqs : and others, in order to avoid the said Sir Thomas his priviledge as a member of the honourable House of Commons in Parliament.
Monsoons : Les moussons / Nouv ed.; Pedelaborde, Pierre.
Monsters England : A Brief narrative of a strange and wonderful old woman that hath a pair of horns growing upon her head : giving a true account how they have several times after being shed, grown again : declaring the place of her birth, her education and conversation with the first occasion of their growth, the time of their continuance and where she is now to be seen, viz. at the sign of the Swan near Charing Cross.