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1695Great Britain's tears : humbly offered to the consideration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembledCrosfeild, Robert.
14-Apr-2014The great Canadian North-west, finest farming lands in the world.Canadian Pacific Limited.
14-Apr-2014The great Dominion.Jenkins, Edward
14-Apr-2014The great game ; a plea for a British imperial policy, by a British subject. : with an introduction, by a Canadian.-
15-Apr-2014Great railway meeting at Orangeville.Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway Company.
15-Apr-2014Great speech.Ross, George William, Sir, 1841-1914
14-Apr-2014Great speeches.Davin, Nicholas Flood, 1843-1901
14-Apr-2014Great western division of the Grand Trunk Ry. of Canada, the great international route between the east & west.Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.
14-Apr-2014A great work left undone; or,.Leach, W. T.
15-Apr-2014The greater half of the continent.Wiman, Erastus, 1834-1904
16-Apr-2014Greatest testimony : Generalissimo and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek.United Church of Canada. Board of Foreign Missions.
16-Apr-2014Greek medicine.Macphail, Andrew, Sir.
2009The Green Dining Room: The Experience of an Arts and Crafts InteriorMeiers, Sarah
2010The Greening of Chinese Daoism: Modernity, Bureaucracy and Ecology in Contemporary Chinese ReligionLemche, Jennifer
13-Feb-2014Greening Organizations: The Roles of Leadership and Organizational Citizenship BehaviorsRobertson, JENNIFER
2011Greening the Greenfield: Planning Natural Heritage Systems in New SubdivisionsPosen, Jaime
2011GRID-BASED DEPLOYMENT FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS IN OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT MONITORING APPLICATIONSAL-TURJMAN, FADI
1748The groans of B-----n: or, A pathetical display of the many hardships, miseries, and oppressions to which this distressed nation is become subjected; by engaging in a tedious, ruinous, expensive, and fruitless war on the continent, the propagation of corruption throughout the constitution, and the increase of factions and broils amongst ourselvesLover of his country.
1743The groans of Britons at the gloomy prospect of the present precarious state of their liberties and properties, compared with what it has been. Illustrated with various examples from antient and modern history of free nations becoming slaves from the effects of avarice ..-
1741The groans of Germany: or, The enquiry of a Protestant German into the original cause of the present distractions of the Empire ... Translated from the original lately publish'd at the Hague-
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