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Author Title Year Price
[ANSTIE (John)]
A Letter addressed to Edward Phelips, Esq. Member for the County of Somerset; containing General Observations on the Advantages of Manufacturing the Combing Wool of England, which is Smuggled to France; and Cursory Remarks of the Evidence given by the Manufacturers to the Committee of the House of Commons: Also, a Refutation of the Argument adduced by the Author of the Annals of Agriculture, from an Official Paper of Mons. Calonne; to shew The Inconsiderable Quantity of British Wool imported into France. By the chairman of the Wool Meeting.
1788 £145.00
[BENSON (William)]
A letter to Sir J- B--, by birth a Swede, but naturaliz'd, and a M--r of the present P---t: concerning the late Minehead doctrine, which was establish'd by a certain free parliament of Sweden, to the utter enslaving of that kingdom.
1711 £40.00
[BOSANQUET (Charles)]
A Letter to W. Manning, Esq. M.P. on the Proposition Submitted to the Consideration of Government, for taking the Duties on Muscovado Sugar ad valorem.
1807 £295.00
[BURKE (Edmund)]
Observations on a Late State of the Nation.
1769 £75.00
[BURKE (Edmund)]
Observations on a Late State of the Nation.
1769 £85.00
[BURNET (Sir Thomas)]
A Second Tale of a Tub: or, The History of Robert Powel the Puppet-Show-Man.
1715 £700.00
[CATERET (J., Earl Granville?]
The State of the Nation for the Year 1747, and respecting 1748. Inscribed to a Member of the present Parliament.
1747 £65.00
[CHALMERS (George)] Compiler.
[Three related works bound in one] The Beauties of Fox, North, and Burke, selected from their speeches, from the passing of the Quebec Act, in the year 1774, down to the present time. With a copious index to the whole, and an address to the public. London: Printed for J. Stockdale, 1784. Second edition, viii, 92, [12]pp., with a half-title and a final advertisement leaf, engraved portrait frontispiece (lightly offset), early ownership signature of Addis Archer. [Bound with:] ----. The Deformities of Fox and Burke, Faithfully Selected from their Speeches. Together with authentic copies of the addresses presented to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, on the rejection of the East India Bill, introduced by Mr. Fox, and the Dismission of the late Administration from his Majesty's Councils. London: Printed for J. Stockdale, 1784. First and only edition, viii, 68pp., with half-title, engraved frontispiece (lightly offset). [Bound with:] [PROSPECTUS]. Beauties of Fox, North and Burke, this day is published, price 3s. 6d. Embellished with a beautiful frontispiece...
1784 £145.00
[COMBE (William)]
A Word in Season, to the Traders and Manufacturers of Great Britain.
1792 £95.00
[COURT (Pieter de la)]
The True Interest and Political Maxims of the Publick of Holland and West-Friesland. In Three Parts. The First Treating of Liberty in General. Of Manufactures. Fisheries. Traffick Navigation ...... Part 11. and 111. Of a Free Navigation, and clearing the Seas .... Of the natural Strength and Fortifications of Holland. And Of its Interest in all Respects as to the Government of a Single Person. Written by John de Witt, and other Great Men in Holland.
1702 £545.00
[COURTENAY (Thomas Peregrine)]
A Plain Answer to the Misrepresentations and Calumnies contained in the Cursory Remarks of a Near Observer. By a more accurate observer.
1803 £38.00
[COWLEY (John J.)]
The Candidates Guide or the Electors Rights decided shewing the Determination of the Rights of Elections, by the Honble. the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament, in all Contraverted Elections for the Counties and Boroughs in South Britain, from the Year 1624 to 1730 .... To which is added, the like Determinations in Contraverted Elections for North Britain, since the Union. With several Resolutions and Standing Orders relating to Elections, ....... Together with the Heads of the Statutes now in Force concerning the same; ... The whole digested into Alphabetical Order, with proper References and genuine Quotations. By J. C. Gent.
1735 £95.00
[CROMPTON (Richard)]
L'authoritie et jurisdiction des courts de la Maiestie de la Roygne: Nouelment collect & compose, per R. Crompton de milieu Temple Esquire. Apprentice del Ley. Si sueris Iudex,
1594 £995.00
[CURRIE (James)]
A Letter, Commercial and Political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general State of Europe ....... By Jasper Wilson, Esq.
1793 £85.00
[CURRIE (James)]
A Letter, Commercial and Political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general State of Europe ....... By Jaspar Wilson, Esq.
1793 £85.00
[DEFOE (Daniel)?]
A Letter from a Member of the House of Commons to his Friend in the Country, Relating to the Bill of Commerce. With a True Copy of the Bill, and an Exact List of all those who voted for and against Engrossing it.
1713 £220.00
[DICKER (Stephen) attributed to]
A Letter to a Member of Parliament, Concerning the Importance of our Sugar-Colonies to Great Britain. By a Gentleman, who resided many Years in the Island of Jamaica.
1745 £495.00
[DUMBELL (John)]
A Letter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Regent of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. [A Letter relative to Weights and Measures].
1814 £75.00
[EDWARDS (Dr George)]
A Certain Way to save our Country, and make us a More Happy and Flourishing People, than at any former period of our History.
1807 £50.00
[GORDON (Thomas)]
An Appeal to the Unprejudiced, concerning the present Discontents occasioned by the late Convention with Spain.
1739 £60.00
[GRANT (William)]
The Occasional Writer: containing an Answer to the Second Manifesto of the Pretender's Eldest Son: which bears Date at the Palace of Holyrood-house, the 10th Day of October, 1745. Containing Reflections, Political and Historical, upon the last Revolution, and the Progress of the present Rebellion in Scotland.
1745 £95.00
[GRENVILLE (Richard, Lord Temple)]
A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Grafton, on the present Situation of Public Affairs.
1768 £30.00
[GREY (Charles Grey Earl)]
Parliamentary Reform! A View of the Defective State of the Representation of the People, being the copy of a petition presented to the House of Commons by the Hon. Charles (now Earl) Grey, in 1793.
1817 £45.00
[HAREN (Onno Zwier van)]
The Sentiments of a Dutch patriot. Being the speech of Mr. V* H**n [Onno Zwier van Haren]. In an august Assembly on the present State of Affairs, and the Resolution necessary at this Juncture to be taken for the Safety of the Republic. Faithfully translated from the Dutch original.
1746 £175.00
[HARTE (Walter)]
Essays on Husbandry. Essay I. A General Introduction; shewing that Agriculture is the Basis and Support of all flourishing Communities; - the antient and present State of that useful Art; - Agriculture, Manufactures, Trade, and Commerce justly harmonised; .... and possible Improvements in English Husbandry. Essay II. An Account of some Experiments tending to improve the Culture of Lucerne by Transplantation; .... From whence it appears, that Lucerne is an Article of great Importance in English Husbandry.
1770 £220.00