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1771An essay on the English constitution amd governmentKing, Edward, 1735?-1807.
1757An essay on the expediency of a national militia. With proposals for raising and supporting a military force sufficient for our security at home: to be furnished by the several counties, after the manner of militia, and continually employed in the service of the publick, without any additional expence to the subject-
1807An essay on the history and effect of the Coronation Oath : including observations on a bill recently submitted to the consideration of the House of CommonsDillon, John Joseph, Sir, d. 1837.
1749An essay on the increase and decline of trade, in London and the out-ports ..-
1754An essay on the liberty of the press chiefly as it respects personal slanderHayter, Thomas, 1702-1762.
1770An essay on the Middlesex election: in which the power of expulsion is particularly considered. To which is annexed a postscriptRous, George, 1744-1802.
1750An essay on the national debt and national capital: or, The account truly stated, debtor and creditor ..Hooke, Andrew, d. 1753.
1782Essay on the origin and progress of governmentTrue Englishman.
1727An essay on the publick debts of this kingdom ... : in a letter to a member of the House of CommonsGould, Nathaniel, Sir.
14-Apr-2014Essay on the subject of the restoration of the diaconate. : to which is appended, an essay on the same subject by the Rev. J. Carry.Nicolls, J.H. (Jasper Hume), 1818-1877.; Carry, John, 1824-1891
1763An essay on woman in three epistles-
1732An essay proving that inclosing commons and common-field-lands is contrary to the interest of the nation : in which some passages in the New system of agriculture by J. Laurence, M.A. and in the Duty and office of a land steward by E. Laurence, land-surveyor, are examinedCowper, John, farmer.
1795An essay toward forming a more complete representation of the Commons of Great BritainLongley, John.
1747An essay towards deciding the important question, whether it be a national advantage to Britain to insure the ships of her enemies? Addressed to the Right Honorable Henry Pelham, Esq.Morris, Corbyn, 1710-1779.
1710An essay towards the history of the last ministry and parliament : containing seasonable reflections on I. Favourites II. Ministers of state III. Parties IV. Parliaments and V. Publick creditBoyer, Abel, 1667-1729.
1747An essay upon feudal holdings, superiorities, and hereditary jurisdictions, in Scotland. Shewing, I. The nature of feudal holdings ... II. The errors and gross misrepresentations ... in a late pamphlet, entituled, Superiorities display'd, or Scotland's grievance ..Bankton, Andrew Macdowall, Lord, 1685-1760.
1716An essay upon government, or, The natural notions of government ...Burnett, Thomas, d. 1750.
1748An essay upon publick credit, in a letter to a friend. Occasioned by the fall of stocks-
1730An Essay upon something, or, Something of an essay-
1710An essay upon the national credit of England : introductory to a proposal prepar'd for establishing the public credit ... humbly submitted to the Honourable House of CommonsDavenant, Charles, 1656-1714.
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