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1704Giving alms no charity, and employing the poor a grievance to the nation, being an essay upon this great question, whether work-houses, corporations, and houses of correction for employing the poor, as now practis'd in England; or parish-stocks, as propos'd in a late pamphlet,, entitled, A bill for the better relief, imployment and settlement of the poor, &c. Defoe, Daniel 
11-Nov-2009GLOBAL & STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE FOR CULTURAL TOURISMTanahashi, Keisei; 棚橋, 啓世
20-Mar-2004Globalization and Changing Landscape for Industrial DevelopmentTANAHASHI, Keisei; YAMAMOTO, Susumu; 棚橋, 啓世; 山本, 晋
29-Mar-2006Globalization and CivilizationTanahashi, Keisei; 棚橋, 啓世
26-Nov-2008Globalization and Emerging Roles of Cultural TourismTanahashi, Keisei; 棚橋, 啓世
19-Dec-2012Globalization and Evolving Cultural Space and StructureTANAHASHI, Keisei; 棚橋, 啓世
19-Feb-2014Globalization and Modal Shift in Governance for Development棚橋, 啓世; TANAHASHI, T. Keisei
1736The Golden fleece: or The trade, interest, and well-being of Great Britain considered. -
1826Golden rules for bankers; with a a postscript on the present panic, and on the destruction of commercial credit. Phillips, Sir Richard 
1748Good Queen Anne vindicated, and the ingratitude, insolence, &c. of her Whig ministry and the allies detected and exposed, in the beginning and conducting of the war. Swift, Jonathan 
1776Gov. Johnston's speech on American affairs, on the address in answer to the King's speech. Johnstone, George 
1761Die göttliche Ordnung in den Veränderungen des menschlichen Geschlechts, aus der Geburt, dem Tode und der Fortpflanzung desselben erwiesen von Johann Peter Süssmilch... 2. und ganz umgearb. Ausg.Süssmilch, Johann Peter, 1707-1767.
1761Gr. Brit. Laws, statutes, etc., 1727-1760 (George II) Anno regni Georgii II. regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, vicesimo. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the first day of December, anno Dom. 1741, in the fifteenth year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the Grace of God, of Grat Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. -
1755The grand question debated: after the dialogistic manner of Lucian, whether it would be expedient to abolish the public debt. Aristarchus, pseud. 
10-Mar-1978Graphical and Geometrical Symmetries of the Vascular Network of Some Biological OrgansSHIKATA, Morikazu; TOGAWA, Tetsuo; 志方,守一
1715Great Britain's glory: or, An account of the great numbers of poor employ'd in the woollen and silk manufacturies, to the increase of trade, the enlargement of the revenues of the crown, and augmenting our navigation. Haynes, John 
1755Great Britain's poverty and distress, exemplified by the East-India monopoly; with some hints towards a remedy, even without abolishing the company or obstructing their trade. -
1721Great Brittain arraigned as of felo de se, and found guilty. Blanch, John 
1721Great Brittain arraigned as of felo de se, and found guilty. Blanch, John 
1757Great-Britain's true system: wherein is clearly shewn, I. That an increase of the public debts and taxes must ...II. The neccessity of raising the supplies to carry on war ...III. That such a design ...IV. An expedient which will support the public credit ... Postlethwayt, Malachy 
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