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by Sowerby, Scott, 1973-Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
by Schonhorn, Manuel.Available in ACLS Humanities Ebooks.
by Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715.Get full text
To the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled, the proposals of William Sydenham, esquire, for the raising a considerable revenue to His Majesty, by a tax on mony, proportionable to that on land; which he humbly layeth before your honours great wisdom and consideration.
by Sydenham, William, d. ca. 1738.Get full text
Honours invitation, or A call to the camp VVherein the triumphant genius of Great Brittain by a poetical alarm awakens the youth of the three nations, to generous attempts, for the glory of their countrey: with a prospect of the present gallant campagne on Black-Heath. VVriten by a young gentleman of quality now in the service.
by Young gentleman of quality now in the service.Get full text
The loyalists reasons for his giving obedience, and swearing allegiance, to the present government as being oblieged thereto, by, (it being founded on) the laws of God, nature, nations and civil : and seing, hereby, justice preceeds advantage, and right possession, and rule precedents : wherein are answered (by prevention) all the objections of dissenters, according to their own uncontrovertible principles /
by Cullen, Francis Grant, Lord, 1658-1726.Get full text
A speech made by the Right Honourable the Earl of Arran, to the Scots nobility and gentry met together at the council chamber in White-hall, on the eight of January 1689, about an address to His Highness the Prince of Orange, to take upon him the government of the kingdom of Scotland.
by Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of, 1658-1712.Get full text
A relation of the birth, as well as of several remarkable passages during the minority of the victorious James Duke of Monmouth, eldest son to His Majesty of great Britain, France and Ireland, with the true account of his many signal and heroick victories in Holland, Flanders and Scotland to his immortal fame: with the manner of his departure from Whitehall, and of his joyful reception in Holland.
Imprint 1679Get full text
A brief account of some of the late incroachments and depredations of the Dutch upon the English and of a few of those many advantages which by fraud and violence they have made of the British nations since the revolution, and of the means enabling them thereunto.
by Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714.Get full text