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Resolutions of the Council of the Borough of Kingston upon Hull, at their first quarterly meeting, 1 : Hull (England).  1841 1
Resolutions of the Eighteenth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks), Marc : Kommunisticheskaia Partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza. Sezd (18th: 1939)  1939 1
Resolutions of the institute of International law : Scott, James Brown,  1916 1
Resolutions of the judges of assize. : Collyn, Nicholas.  1655 1
Resolutions of the judges, upon 13 Eliz. and 27 Eliz. the statutes touching fraudulent conveyances. : Billinghurst, George.  1695 1
Resolutions of the judges upon the several statutes of bankrupts. : Blount, Thomas,  1670 1
The resolutions of the judges upon the several statutes of bankrupts : as also, the like resolutions : Blount, Thomas,  1670 1
The Resolutions of the private souldiery of Col. Scroops regiment of horse (now quartering at and ne   2
Resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.   2
Resolutions on economic policy and programme, 1924-54. : Indian National Congress.  1954? 1
Resolutions passed at the session of the General Council held in Brussels on the 9th, 10th and 11th : League against Imperialism and for National Independence.  1927? 1
Resolutions : the fight for unity against fascism : the struggle for peace and against imperialist w : Communist International.  1935 1
A resolvable conflict? : the politics of land in Namibia. : Pankhurst, Donna.  1996 1
The resolve of the Citie.   1659 1
A resolve of the person of the king, or, A corrector of the answerer to the speech out of doores : j : Marten, Henry,  1646 1
Resolved, &c. That all such delinquents that have compounded at Goldsmiths-Hall, and their compositi : England and Wales.  1649 1
Resolved, &c. that it be referred to the commissioners with the army to be very earnest with the gen : England and Wales.  1647 1
Resolved &c. that no committee-man, sequestrator, collector, or other officer imployed in the Seques : England and Wales.  1646 1
Resolved, &c. that on the fifth day of January next, this House will take into consideration the cas   2
Resolved, &c. that the committee of sequestrations in the severall counties, doe returne to the comm   3
Resolved, &c., that the Court of Wards and Liveries, and all wardships, liveries, primer seisins, ou : England and Wales.  1645 1
Resolved, &c., that the Parliament doth declare that the several powers given ... to the respective   2
Resolved and declared by the Commons assembled in Parliament that the priviledge of this House in po   3
The resolved apprentices : or A reply of the well-affected apprentices of the city of London, inhabi   1649 1
Resolved by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that all and every such poor person and persons as : England and Wales.  1649 1
Resolved by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that no moneys due to any the persons excepted from   2
Resolved by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that Sir Iohn Stowell, knight, be proceeded against   2
Resolved by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that Sir John Stowell knight be proceeded against f : England and Wales.  1649 1
Resolved by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament   2
Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled   2
Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, that one of the articles for the commissi : England and Wales.  1644 1
Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled; that there bee forthwith a choice mad : England and Wales.  1646 1
Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, that this day fortnight be set apart for : England and Wales.  1660 1
Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, that Wednesday next to be appointed a day : England and Wales.  1648 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that all officers who were in commission on the eleventh of October 1659 : England and Wales.  1660 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that all primers formerly used in the time of kingship in this nation, b   2
Resolved by the Parliament, that all such delinquents who having compounded for their delinquency, a   2
Resolved by the Parliament that all sums of money payable for respites : England and Wales.  1650 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that all sums of money payable for respites of homage, fines for alienat   2
Resolved by the Parliament, that from and after the 25. day of December, 1651, no beer or ale be exc : England and Wales.  1651 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that no Captain shall absent himself from his charge, without leave from   2
Resolved by the Parliament , : that such delinquents as have been admitted to composition and have p : England and Wales.  1651 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that the arms of the late King be taken down in all ships of and belongi : England and Wales.  1650 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that the fair usually held and kept yearly at James's, within the libert   2
Resolved by the Parliament, that the markets be kept to morrow, being the five and twentieth day of : England and Wales.  1652 1
Resolved by the Parliament that the markets be kept to morrow [sic], being the five and twentieth da : England and Wales.  1652 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that the members of Parliament, who have had letters to attend the servi : England and Wales.  1659 1
Resolved by the Parliament that the Parliament doth declare and order. : England and Wales.  1652 1
Resolved by the Parliament, that whatsoever person or persons have, or shall have in their custody a   2
Resolved (Charleston, S.C.)     1
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