Private Libraries Great Britain : Catalogus variorum & insignium librorum selectissimæ bibliothecæ Revendi Viri D. Thomas Kidner, A.M. et olim Rectoris Ecclesiæ de Hitchin in Comitatu Hertfordiensi : quorum auctio habebitur Londini ad insigne capitis regii in vico vulgariter dicto Little-Britain, Februarii 6th / per Guilielmum Cooper ...; Kidner, Thomas,
Private Libraries Massachusetts : The library of the late Reverend and learned Mr. Samuel Lee : containing a choice variety of books upon all subjects, particularly commentaries on the Bible, bodies of divinity, the works as well of the ancient, as of the modern divines, treatises on the mathematicks in all parts, history, antiquities, natural philosophy, physick, and chymistry, with grammar and school-books : with many more choice books not mentioned in this catalogue / exposed at the most easy rates to sale, by Duncan Cambell, bookseller ...; Lee, Samuel,
Private Libraries Netherlands Catalogues : Bibliotheca Meermanniana, sive, Catalogus librorum impressorum et codicum manuscriptorum quos maximam partem collegerunt viri nobilissimi Gerardus et Joannes Meerman; morte dereliquit Joannes Meerman ...; Meerman, Gerard,
Private Military Companies International Law : The privatized art of war : private military and security companies and state responsibility for their unlawful conduct in conflict areas / Evgeni Moyakine.; Moyakine, Evgeni.
Private Schools England London Early Works To 1800 : In the new school in Somerset Yard in the Strand. : Are taught in a very short, easie and regular method, to children and youth of both sexes, as well as persons of riper years, the rudiments of the Latine, French and English tongues: writing and arithmetick, to the satisfaction of several who have made tryal thereof, at 10 s. a quarter, or 12 d. a week ... also merchants accompts and book-keeping according to the Itali[an] manner now in use, are taught at reasonable rates..
Privateering England Liverpool History : History of the Liverpool privateers and letters of marque : with an account of the Liverpool slave trade, 1744-1812 / Gomer Williams ; introduction by David Eltis.; Williams, Gomer.
Privateering France : A True account of a fight between Captain John Leech, commander of the ship Ann of London, of 14 guns and 19 men from Jamaica, and a French privateer of 24 guns and some petteraroes : as it came in a letter to his owners from Plymouth, dated the second of this instant January 1689.
Privateering France Early Works To 1800 : Ordonnance du Roy tres-Chrestien, touchant les vaisseaux Anglois, Escossois, & Irlandois, qui seront recountrés en mer par ses vasseaux, ou par ceus de ses sujets armés in cours = The most Christian Kings edict or proclamation concerning English, Scotish, and Irish ships that shall be met at sea by his said Majesties ships, or by privateers acting by his commission / Translated out of the French, and published by authority.; France.