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1703England's black tribunal. Set forth in the tryal of King Charles I. By the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, Jan. 20. 1648. -
1694England's glory; or, The great improvement of trade, in general, by a Royal Bank, or office of credit, to be erected in London; wherein many great advantages that will hereby accrue to the nation, to the crown, and to the people, are mentioned; with answers to the objections that may be made against this bank. Mackworth, Sir Humphrey 
1670England's impovement reviv'd: digested into six books. Smith, John 
1740England's last shift: or The only effectual method to prevent the clandestine exportation of wool, by which means alone, the nation is to be preserved from inevitable ruin ... Bridges, George 
1718England's path to wealth and honour, in a dialogue between an English-man and a Dutch-man Puckle, James 
1755England's treasure by foreign trade. Or, The balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure. Mun, Thomas 
1718England's treasure by foreign trade: or The ballance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure. Mun, Thomas 
1713England's treasure by foreign trade; or, The balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure. Mun, Thomas, 
1664England's tresure by forraign trade, or, the ballance of our forraign trade is the rule of our treasure. written by Thomas Mun... and now published for the common good by his son John Mun...Mun, Thomas, 1571-1641.
1662Englands glory. By the benefit of wool manufactured therein, from the farmer to the merchant; and the evil consequences of its exportation unmanufactured. Carter, William 
1663Englands interest and improvement. Fortrey, Samuel 
1671Englands interest by trade asserted, shewing the necessity & excellency thereof. Carter, William 
1713Englands interest consider'd, in the increase of the trade of this kingdom: in which is an account of our commerce with the several nations in Europe; as also of the advantages and disadvantages we receive from each nation. Fortrey, Samuel 
1713Englands interest consider'd, in the increase of the trade of this kingdom: in which is an account of our commerce with the several nations in Europe; as also of the advantages and disadvantages we receive from each nation. Fortrey, Samuel 
1641Englands safety, in trades encrease. Robinson, Henry 
1603Englands vievv, in the vnmasking of two paradoxes: with a replication vnto the answer of Maister Iohn Bodine. Malynes, Gerard de 
1603Englands vievv, in the vnmasking of two paradoxes: with a replication vnto the answer of Maister Iohn Bodine. Malynes, Gerard de 
30-Mar-2002English Bible Studies Ⅶ : The Nature and Meaning of "Shame" in the BibleHONDA, Yoshinori; 本田, 喜範
30-Jan-1999English Bible Study Ⅴ : The Concept of the Word "Faith"HONDA, Yoshinori; 本田, 喜範
31-Mar-2003English Bible Study Ⅵ : The Nature and Meaning of "Zen Aku"HONDA, Yoshinori; 本田, 喜範
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