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1688A defence of Dr. Tenison's sermon of discretion in giving almsWilliams, John, 1636?-1709
1723The defence of Francis, late Lord Bishop of Rochester at the bar of the House of Lords on Thursday the 9th and Saturday the 11th of May 1723 against the bill then depending for inflicting pains and penalties on himWynne, William, 1692-1765.
1712A defence of Mr. MaccartneyOldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742.
1785Defence of opposition with respect to their conduct on Irish affairs : with explanatory notes : dedicated to the Right Honourable C.J. FoxIrish gentleman.
1785Defence of opposition with respect to their conduct on Irish affairs : with explanatory notes : dedicated to the Right Honourable C.J. FoxIrish gentleman.
1801A defence of public education : addressed to the Most Reverend the Lord Bishop of MeathVincent, William, 1739-1815.
1746A defence of several proposals for raising three millions for the service of the government for the year 1746. With a postscript, containing some notions relating to publick creditBarnard, John, Sir, 1685-1764.
1822A defence of some passages in Dr. Copleston's Enquiry into the doctrines of necessity and predestination : in reply to a Letter addressed to that author, by the Rev. E. W. Grinfield, M.A., minister of Laura Chapel, Bath : with an abstract of the leading argument of the "Enquiry"Dalby, William.
1771A defence of some proceedings lately depending in Parliament, to render more effectual the Act for quieting the possession of the subject, commonly called the Nullum Tempus Act : with an appendix containing an affidavit in the Court of Exchequer, concerning a spoliation which has happened among the public records relative to the title of certain estates belonging to the Duke of Portland, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury to Sir James Lowther-
1682A defence of the charter and municipal rights of the city of London, and the rights of other municipal cities and towns of England; directed to the citizens of LondonHunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688
1818A defence of the Church Missionary Society against the objections of the Rev. Josiah Thomas, M.A., Archdeacon of BathWilson, Daniel, 1778-1858.
1817A defence of the Constitution of Great Britain & Ireland : as by law established , against the innovating & levelling attempts of the friends to annual Parliaments and universal suffrageSomers, John Somers Cocks, Earl, 1760-1841.
1729A defence of the enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great-Britain; etc. occasion'd by the paper published in the Country-Journal or Craftsman on Saturday, Jan. 4, 1728-9Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761.
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.
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