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1697The Argument against a standing army rectified : and the reflections and remarks upon it in several pamphlets consider'd, in a letter to a friend-
1733An argument against excises : in several essays lately published in the Craftsman and now collected togetherAmhurst, N. (Nicholas), 1697-1742.
1762An argument concerning the militiaSavile, George, Sir, 1726-1784.
1681An argument for toleration and indulgence in relation to differences in opinion : both as it is the interest of states and as a common duty of all Christians one to another, by way of letterWhitaker, Edward.
2008An Argument in Favor of Human Genetic EnhancementWest-Oram, Peter
15-Apr-2014An Argument proving that a small number of regulated forces established during the pleasure of Parliament cannot damage our present happy establishment ... .-
1693An argument proving that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne ... was according to the constitution of the English government ...Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.
1699An argument shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasion'd by the marshal of the King's bench and warden of the fleet ... : by way of letter to a member of ParliamentJ. B. (John Berisford)
1697An argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchyTrenchard, John, 1662-1723.
1783An argument to prove that it is the indispensible duty of the creditors of the public to insist that government do forthwith bring forward the consideration of the state of the nation : in order to ascertain, as near as may be, the annual receipts and expenditure of the state, and, by providing efficient and adequate funds for the sum in which the latter shall be found to exceed the former, to strengthen the public credit, and to restore public confidenceStair, John Dalrymple, Earl of, 1720-1789.
1810Argument upon the jurisdiction of the House of Commons to commit in cases of breach of privilegeWynn, Charles Watkin Williams, 1775-1850.
1799Arguments for and against an union, between Great Britain and Ireland, consideredCooke, Edward, 1755-1820.
14-Apr-2014Arguments in favor of the Ottawa and Georgian Bay ship canal; the shortest, safest, and cheapest route to the ocean from the great West, through Canadian territory; and the only certain means of reviving and restoring the trade of United Canada.-
1745The arguments of the enquirer detected and confuted by the evidence of facts: his wilful mistakes and omissions, in regard to the evidence, exposed; and the conduct of Captain M----n impartially considered by the minutes and depositions taken at the court martialEnemy to party-prejudice.
1715Arguments pro and con in several speeches for and against an impeachment-
1712Arguments relating to a restraint upon the press fully and fairly handled in a letter to a bencherYoung gentleman of the Temple.
1760Arguments respecting insolvency. Dedicated to the Rt. Hon. Arthur Onslow, esq., Speaker of the House of Commons-
1982Aristotle and the EmotionsLeighton, Stephen
2002Aristotle's Account of Anger: Narcissism and Illusions of Self-SufficiencyLeighton, Stephen
1988Aristotle's Courageous PassionsLeighton, Stephen
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