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1730Objections humbly offer'd against passing the bill, intitled A bill for the more easy and speedy recovery of small debts, into a law. Mallory, John 
1804Objections upon the part of the bankers in Scotland to the limitation of the re-issuing of the notes of bankers, proposed by the present stamp bill, and to the duties on bills of exchange. -
25-Mar-2015Observation on English Education in NepalSEKI, Akinori; 関, 昭典
1731Observation on the bill now depending in the House of Lords, with relation to the woollen manufacture. By a clothier. Blanch, John 
1751Observation on the buyers or receivers of stolen goods, particularly of lead, iron, &c. taken from buildings; with an attempt to remedy such iniquitous practices. -
1798Observation upon the act for the redemption of the land tax: shewing the benefits likely to arise from the measure both to the public and to individuals; 6th ed. Together with instructions, originally intended for the use of the commissioners, appointed by His Majesty, for the sale of the land tax; a correct edition of the act, and a copious index thereto. Gt. Brit. Laws, statutes, etc., 1760-1820 (George III) 
-Observation, &c. on woollen machinery. -
1669Observations and advices oeconomical. infelix nimis cujus domicilio ignavia adhæret.North, Dudley North, 4th baron
1794Observations and facts relative to public houses; interesting to magistrates in every part of Great Britain, to the clergy and parochial officers, and generally brewers, distillers, proprietors, and occupiers, of licensed ale-houses; as well as to the public at large. Colquhoun, Patrick 
1745Observations and proposals concerning the navey: with an enquiry into its present condition; shewing its insufficiency to defend us from a sudden attack of the French ... -
1788Observations by the delegates for conducting the application to Parliament for a reform in the internal government of the royal boroughs of Scotland, on the case of the town councils, stiling themselves the royal boroughs of Scotland, and of on a paper, entitled "A state of facts, upon which objections, in behalf of the said royal boroughs, are made against the bill offered to Parliament for a pretended reform." -
1788Observations de la Chambre du commerce de Normandie, sur le traits de commerce entre la France & l'Angleterre. Normandy. Chambre du commerce. 
1769Observations on a late state of the nation. 2d ed. Burke, Edmund 
1769Observations on a late state of the nation...3d ed. Burke, Edmund 
1769Observations on a late state of the nation. Burke, Edmund 
1782Observations on a pamphlet entitled A letter to His Grace the Duke of Portland ... Beresford, John 
1783Observations on Dr. M'Farlan's Inquiries concerning the state of the poor. Tod, Thomas 
1805Observations on Lord Castlereagh's speech of the 19th of July 1804, and on the state of the East India Company's affairs. -
1796Observations on Lord Grenvilles statement. -
1811Observations on money, as the medium of commerce, shewing the present circulating medium of this country to be defective in those requisites which a medium of commerce ought to possess, and pointing out in what manner the defect may be remedies; and also the real effect that a greater or less quantity of circulating medium has on the country: together with remarks on the present state of the nation: to which are subjoined a few practical inferences. Cruickshank, James. 
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