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1804A free and candid examination of a pamphlet, entitled, The substance of a speech, intended to have been spoken in the House of Lords, by R. Watson, Lord Bishop of Landaff, Nov. 22, 1803, with strictures thereon : to which are added, a few remarks by the author, arising from the present position of affairs, and some recent occurrences-
1753A free and candid inquiry humbly addressed to the representatives of the several counties and boroughs in this kingdom: and proper at this time to be read by their several electors. In a letter to a person of distinction in the north from a gentleman in town-
1745The free and impartial examiner: being a candid enquiry into the causes of our present melancholy situation, with regard to domestick and foreign affairs. Together with a word in defence of the Dutch's not entring into our measures-
1767A free appeal to the people of Great Britain on the conduct of the present administration, since the thirthieth of July, 1766-
1767A free appeal to the people of Great Britain on the conduct of the present administration, since the thirtieth of July, 1766-
14-Apr-2014Free banking in Canada.Breckenridge, Roeliff Morton
1730The free Briton exrtraordinary, or, A short review of the British affairs in answer to a pamphlet intitled A short view, with remarks on the Treaty of Seville, etc. ... by Francis Walsingham ..Arnall, William, 1699 or 1700-1736.
1748A free Briton's advice to the free citizens of DublinPriscus, Helvidius.
1770The free Britons supplemental memorial to the electors of the members of the British parliament; wherein the origin of parliaments in Europe, and other interesting matters are consideredBollan, William, d.1776.
1748A free comment on the late Mr. W-----g--n's apology for his conduct; which clears up the obscurities of that celebrated posthumous work, and dissipates the clouds in which the author has thought proper to envelope his meaningLady.
1689A Free conference concerning the present revolution of affairs in England-
1758The Free Mason examin'd; or, The world brought out of darkness into light ...Slade, Alexander.
1783Free parliaments, or, A vindication of the parliamentary constitution of England : in answer to certain visionary plans of modern reformersAlmon, John, 1737-1805.
2-Dec-2015Free Radical Polymerization studies of vinyl ester monomers using Pulsed-Lased Polymerization with Size Exclusion Chromatography (PLP-SEC)Monyatsi, Otlaatla
2010Free Spirit Affirmative Business: Employment for offenders with serious mental illnessDavidson, Tracy
1688Free thought of the penal laws, tests and some late printed papers touching both : in a letter from a person of quality-
1714Free thoughts concerning government-
1789Free thoughts on His Majesty's recovery, and resumption of the royal powers-
1744Free thoughts on the late treaty of alliance concluded at WormsMember of Parliament.
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