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1760A comment on a late extraordinary letter from the E. of C-- to the D. of B-- lately handed about in London; in which an union between the two kingdoms is impartially consideredNobleman.
14-Apr-2014Commerce between the United States & Canada.Lawder, Robert A.
14-Apr-2014The commercial independence of Canada, an address delivered 26th January, 1883.Edgar, J. D. (James David), 1841-1899
15-Apr-2014Commercial relations between Brazil and Canada.Patterson, William J. (William John), 1815-1886.
14-Apr-2014Commercial union between Canada and the United States.Butterworth, Benjamin, 1837-1897.
15-Apr-2014Commercial union between the United States and Canada.Wiman, Erastus, 1834-1904.
14-Apr-2014Commercial union in North America; some letters, papers, and speeches.-
15-Apr-2014Commercial union with Canada from a United States point of view. Speech of Erastus Wiman before the Commercial bodies of Detroit and Buffalo, August 27 and 30, 1887.Wiman, Erastus, 1834-1904
15-Apr-2014Commission appointed to represent the province of Manitoba at the conference held with the representatives of the Dominion government on the school question.Manitoba.
14-Apr-2014The commission of Christ's ambassadors.Smith, James C.
2002Commissioned Issue PapersVarious
2002Commissioner and StaffWalkerton Inquiry
2008Commissioning consent : an investigation of the Royal Commission on the Relations of Labour and Capital, 1886-1889Cole, Stephen J.
14-Apr-2014Committee on banking and currency.Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly.
1817Common consent, the basis of the Constitution of England, or, Parliamentary reform, considered and tried by the tests of law and reason-
14-Apr-2014The common school system, its principle, operation and results.Dallas, Angus
1751Common sense a common delusion, or, The generally-received notions of natural causes, religion, deity, virtue, &c. as exhibited in Mr. Pope's Essay on man, proved ridiculous, impious, and the effect of infatuation; and the chief cause of the present formidable growth of vice among Christians, and the great stumbling-block in the way of infidels ...Almonides.
1780Common-place arguments against administration, with obvious answers : intended for the use of the new ParliamentTickell, Richard, 1751-1793.
16-Apr-2014Commonwealth Conference, May, 1944.Dexter, Grant, 1896-1961.
2009Communicating Results of New Genomic Tests to PhysiciansJIN, JING
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