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1702The case fairly stated : in a dialogue between Moderation and Constitution-
1745The case fairly stated: in a letter from a Member of Parliament in the country interest, to one of his constituentsCarte, Thomas, 1686-1754.
16-Apr-2014The case for Canada.Imperial Federation League.; Grant, George M. (George Monro), 1835-1902.
30-Sep-2014The Case of a Knowledge Mobilization Intermediary, Connections for Students, in an Education Practice Setting: Connecting Policy to PracticeMelim, Deni
1698The Case of a standing army fairly and impartially stated : in answer to the late history of standing armies in England, and other pamphlets writ on that subject-
1710The case of Dr. Sacheverell represented in a letter to a noble lordCurll, Edmund, 1675-1747.
1769The case of Great Britain and America, addressed to the King, and both Houses of Parliament-
1705The case of moderation and occasional communion represented by way of caution to the true sons of the Church of EnglandWagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712.
1731The case of opposition stated between the Craftsman and the people occasioned by his paper of December the 4th, 1731Amhurst, N (Nicholas), 1697-1742.
1975The case of our affaires in law, religion, and other circumstancesSpelman, John, Sir, 1594-1643.
1743The case of our present theatrical disputes, fairly stated. In which is contained, a succinct account of the rise, progress and declension of the ancient stage; a comprehensive view of the management of the Italian, Spanish, French and Dutch theatres ..Ralph, James, d.1762.
1714The case of Richard Steele, esq; being an impartial account of the proceedings against him. In a letter to a friend-
1702The Case of the abjuration oath endeavoured to be cleared : to the satisfaction of those who are required to take it-
1691The case of the allegiance due to soveraign powers : stated and resolved according to scripture and reason ...Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707.
1735The Case of the bank contract : in answer to the infamous scurrilities of several libels lately printed in the Craftsman-
1718The case of the forfeited estates in Scotland : consider'd in a letter to a noble l--dHaldane, Patrick.
1743The case of the Hanover forces in the pay of Great-Britain, impartially and freely examined: with some seasonable reflections on the present conjuncture of affairsChesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773.
1743The case of the Hanover forces in the pay of Great-Britain, impartially and freely examined: with some seasonable reflections on the present conjuncture of affairsChesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773.
1731The case of the Hessian forces in the pay of Great Britain impartially and freely examin'd : with some reflections on the present conjuncture of affairs in answer to a late pamphlet intitled Consideration on the present state of affairs, etcWalpole, Horatio Walpole, Baron, 1678-1757.
1751The case of the Hon. Alex. Murray, Esq; in an appeal to the people of Great Britain; more particularly, the inhabitants of the city and liberty of WestminsterWhitehead, Paul, 1710-1774.
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