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1765A defence of the majority in the House of Commons, on the question relating to general warrants, in answer to the Defence of the minority. To which is added, a postscript, in answer to the enquiry into the doctrine of libels, &c. and the reply to the Defence of the majorityLloyd, Charles, 1735-1773.
1731A Defence of the measures of the present administration : being an impartial answer to what has been objected against it, in a letter to ----
1764A defence of the minority in the House of Commons, on the question relating to general warrantsTownshend, Charles, 1725-1767.
1796A defence of the pamphlet ascribed to John Reeves, Esq., and entitled, "Thoughts on the English government"Brand, John, d. 1808.
1819A defence of the people : in reply to Lord Erskine's "Two defences of the Whigs."Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse, baron, 1786-1869.
15-Apr-2014Defence of the plan of University reform, proposed by the Senate of the University of Toronto; being a a statement drawn up at the request of the Board of trustees of Queen's college.University of Toronto. Senate.; Queen's College (Kingston, Ont.). Board of Trustees.
1754A defence of the rector and fellows of Exeter College, from the accusations brought against them by the Reverend Dr. Huddesford, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford; in his speech to the convocation, October 8, 1754, on account of the conduct of the said college, at the time of the late election for the countyWebber, Francis, 1708-1771.
1783A defence of the Right Honorable the Earl of Shelburne, from the reproaches of his numerous enemies, in a letter to Sir George Saville, bart. : and intended for the direction of all other Members of Parliament, whose object is rather to restore the glory of the British Empire, than administer to the views of a faction : to which is added a postscript addressed to the Right Honorable John Earl of StairO'Bryen, D. (Dennis), 1755-1832.
1782A defence of the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, from the reproaches of his numerous enemies, in a letter to Sir George Saville, bart. : and intended for the direction of all other Members of Parliament, whose object is rather to restore the glory of the British Empire, than administer to the views of a faction : to which is added a postscript addressed to the Right Honourable John, Earl of StairO'Bryen, D. (Dennis), 1755-1832.
1783A defence of the Rockingham party, in their late coalition with the Right Honourable Frederic Lord North-
2009A Defence of Thomas Pogge’s Argument for a Minimally Just Institutional OrderGairdner, FRANKLIN
2007A defense framework for flooding-based DDoS attacksYou, Yonghua
2011Deficits in eye movement control in children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.KALWAROWSKY, Sarah Ann
13-Mar-2013Defining clinically relevant subgroups of follicular lymphoma cases according to the functional status of the CDKN2A geneAlhejaily, Abdulmohsen
2008Defining gravitational singularities in general relativityWurster, James Howard
2009DEFINING THE ROLE OF THE SHP2 PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE IN FcepsilonRI SIGNALING IN MAST CELLSMcpherson, VICTOR
2011DEFINING THE STABILITY FIELDS OF PICROMERITE, LEONITE, AND A POTENTIAL NEW MINERALShepherd, Patrick
2-Aug-2013Defoe, Dissent, and TypologyMcKendry, ANDREW
2008Deformable Registration to Create Cytoarchitectonic Probability Maps for Functional Analysis of Primary Auditory CortexBailey, Lara
1785The deformity of the doctrine of libels, and informations ex officio : with a view of the case of the Dean of St. Asaph [i.e. W.D. Shipley], and an enquiry into the rights of jurymen : in a letter to the Honourable Thomas ErskineDawes, M. (Manasseh), d.1829.
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