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1788Considerations on the establishment of a regencyGrenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron, 1759-1834.
1788Considerations on the establishment of a regency : with an appendix : containing proceedings relative to settling the form of government during the minority of Henry VI and during the King being disqualified by infirmitiesGrenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron, 1759-1834.
1770Considerations on the expediency of admitting representatives from the American colonies into the British House of commonsMaseres, Francis, 1731-1824
1751Considerations on the expediency of making, and the manner of conducting the late regulations at CambridgeGreen, John, 1705 or 6-1779.
1772Considerations on the indignity suffered by the Crown, and the dishonour brought upon the nation, by the marriage of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland with an English subjectPownall, Thomas, 1722-1805.
1785Considerations on the intended reform in the parliamentary representation of the people-
1754Considerations on the late bill for payment of the remainder of the national debt, in which the occasion of inserting the clause relative to his majesty's consent, and the arguments in support of such right in the crown, are impartially statedRobinson, Christopher, 18th cent.
1780Considerations on the late disturbancesO'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, 1748?-1823.
1780Considerations on the late disturbancesO'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, 1748?-1823.
1719Considerations on the Peerage bill : address'd to the WhigsMember of the Lower House.
1763Considerations on the present dangerous crisisRuffhead, Owen, 1723-1769.
1760Considerations on the present German WarMauduit, Israel, 1708-1787.
1730Considerations on the present state of affairs in Europe : and particularly with regard to the number of forces in the pay of Great Britain-
1779Considerations on the present state of public affairs, and the means of raising the necessary suppliesBath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764.
1758Considerations on the proceedings of a general court-martial, upon the trial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moraunt (As published by authority.) with an answer to The expedition against Rochefort, fairly stated. In a letter to the right honourable the author of The candid reflections, &c. To which is added an appendix. Being a reply to the Monitor of Saturday the 21st instantAuthor of The candid reflections.
1814Considerations on the re-establishment of an effective balance of powerMusgrave, Thomas Moore, 1775-1854.
1831Considerations on the Reform BillWestminster elector.
1793Considerations on the state of parties, and the means of effecting a reconciliation between them-
1793Considerations on the theoretical spirit of the times, on the inefficacy of theory to the formation of civil government, on the doctrines of liberty and equality, on the different kinds of government, and also on the pre-eminent merits of the British ConstitutionTownshend, Thomas.
1769Considerations on the times-
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