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14-Apr-2014England and Ireland.Bray, A. J.
1826England enslaved by her own slave colonies : an address to the electors and people of the United KingdomStephen, James, 1758-1832.
1785England's alarm! On the prevailing doctrine of libels, as laid down by the Earl of Mansfield : in a letter to His Lordship by a country gentleman : to which is added by way of appendix, the celebrated Dialogue between a gentleman and a farmer, written by Sir William Jones : with remarks thereon, and on the case of the Dean of St. Asaph [i.e. W.D. Shipley]Dawes, M. (Manasseh), d.1829.
1659England's confusion, or, A true and impartial relation of the late traverses of state in England ...Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, 1st earl of, 1614-1686.
1819England's danger, or, reform unmaskedChing, W. J.
14-Apr-2014England's only living general.Guernsey, Alfred H.
15-Apr-2014England's path to wealth and honour : in a dialogue between an English-man and a Dutch-man.Puckle, James, 1667?-1724.
1693England's safety, or, A bridle to the French king ...St. Lo, George, d. 1718.
1643Englands petition to their King, or, An humble petition of the distressed and almost destroyed subjects of England to the Kings most excellent Majestie ..-
1659Englands safety in the laws supremacy-
1714English advice to the freeholders of EnglandAtterbury, Francis, 1662-1732.
1714English advice to the freeholders of EnglandAtterbury, Francis, 1662-1732.
15-Apr-2014The English cathedral of Quebec.Wuertele, Fred C. (Frederick Christian), 1842-1919.
15-Apr-2014English chimes in Canada.Scadding, Henry, 1813-1901
15-Apr-2014English civilization undemonstrative : the address to the St. George's Society, in the Cathedral of St. James, Toronto, April 23rd, 1860.Scadding, Henry, 1813-1901
1779An English green box, or, The green box of the R---t H-------e E----d L--d Churllow : given by the celebrated Mrs. Harvey to Roger O'Tickle, valet de chambre to ------ ------ Esq., M.P., with occasional remarks by the editor ; dedicated to the Right Hon. Edward Lord Thurlow, Lord High Chancellor of England, &c. &c. &c. &c-
1748English liberty in some cases worse than French slavery: exemplified by animadversions upon the tyrannical and anti-constitutional power of the justices of the peace, commissioners of excise, customs, and land-tax, &c. ... containing methods made use of in raising the land-tax of this kingdom, compared with ... the Taillé and Taillon, the most oppressive in FrancePhilalethes.
1744The English nation vindicated from the calumnies of foreigners; in answer to the Hanover letter: a late pamphlet, intitled, Popular prejudice concerning partiality to the interests of Hanover ..-
1768The Englishman deceived; a political piece: wherein some very important secrets of state are briefly recited, and offered to the consideration of the publicSayre, Stephen, 1736-1818.
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