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1793Considerations on reform, with a specific plan for a new representation : addressed to Charles Grey, Esq., Member of Parliamant for NorthumberlandPopple, Miles.
1806Considerations on the alliance between Christianity & commerce : applied to the present state of this countryRaikes, Richard.
1749Considerations on the bill for the better government of the NavyVernon, Edward, 1684-1757.
1794Considerations on the causes and alarming consequences of the present war, and the necessity of immediate peaceGraduate of the University of Cambridge.
1801Considerations on the Coronation Oath, to maintain the Protestant religion, and the settlement of the Church of England, as prescribed by Stat. 1. W. and M. C. 6. and Stat. 5. ANN. C. 8 [?]Reeves, John, 1752?-1829
1802Considerations on the debt of the civil listRose, George, 1744-1818.
1769Considerations on the dependencies of Great Britain. With observations on a pamphlet, intitled, The present state of the nationLangrishe, Hercules, Sir, 1731-1811.
1783Considerations on the effects of protecting duties, in a letter to a newly-elected Member of Parliament-
1788Considerations on the establishment of a regency-
1788Considerations on the establishment of a regencyGrenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron, 1759-1834.
1788Considerations on the establishment of a regency : with an appendix : containing proceedings relative to settling the form of government during the minority of Henry VI and during the King being disqualified by infirmitiesGrenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron, 1759-1834.
1770Considerations on the expediency of admitting representatives from the American colonies into the British House of commonsMaseres, Francis, 1731-1824
1751Considerations on the expediency of making, and the manner of conducting the late regulations at CambridgeGreen, John, 1705 or 6-1779.
1772Considerations on the indignity suffered by the Crown, and the dishonour brought upon the nation, by the marriage of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland with an English subjectPownall, Thomas, 1722-1805.
1785Considerations on the intended reform in the parliamentary representation of the people-
1754Considerations on the late bill for payment of the remainder of the national debt, in which the occasion of inserting the clause relative to his majesty's consent, and the arguments in support of such right in the crown, are impartially statedRobinson, Christopher, 18th cent.
1780Considerations on the late disturbancesO'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, 1748?-1823.
1780Considerations on the late disturbancesO'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, 1748?-1823.
1719Considerations on the Peerage bill : address'd to the WhigsMember of the Lower House.
1763Considerations on the present dangerous crisisRuffhead, Owen, 1723-1769.
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