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1819Proposals for an economical and secure currency; with observations on the profits of the Bank of England, as they regard the public and the proprietors of bank stock. By David Ricardo ・・・ 3d ed.  Ricardo, David 
1752Proposals for carrying on certain public works in the city of Edinburgh. Minto, Sir Gilbert Elliot, 2d bart. 
1757Proposals for carrying on the war with vigour, raising the supplies within the year, and forming a national militia. -
1755Proposals for enriching the principality of Wales: humbly submitted to the considerations of his countrymen, by Giraldus Cambrensis. Cambrensis, Giraldus 
1696Proposals for national banks; whereby the profits on usury, tho [sic for the] reduc'd to three per cent. per annum. will supply his Majesty more plentifully than ever to carry on the war, exempt the nation from land taxes, great customs and excises, exceedingly promote trade and navigation, and give England many other very large advantages. -
1780Proposals for paying great part of the national debt, and reducing taxes, immediately. Bird, Robert. 
1799Proposals for paying off the whole of the present national debt, and for reducing taxes immediately. 2d ed. Bird, Henry Merttins 
1731Proposals for preventing the running of wool, and encouraging the woollen manufacture. -
1739Proposals for the regulation of a society for improving arts and sciences, and particularly natural knowledge. -
1725Proposals humbly offered to the Parliament for remedying the great charge and delay of suits at law and in equity. 5th ed. -
1801Proposals to government, for establishing that system of regulations, most favorable to the keeping the price of corn at what it ought to bear・・・ -
1677Proposals to increase trade, and to advance His Majesties revenue, without any hazard or charge to any body, and with apparent profit to every body. Lewis, Mark 
1811Propositions respecting money, bullion and exchanges. -
1811Propositions respecting money, bullion and exchanges. -
1827Pros and cons; or, A brief analysis of the late debate and division on the Catholic question: intended as a manual to honest and reflecting men, for correcting themselves, or enabling them to correct others. -
1790Prospectus of an intended new periodical work, to be called The bee, or universal literary intelligencer. Anderson, James 
1790Prospectus of an intended new periodical work, to be called The bee, or universal literary intelligencer. Anderson, James 
1826Protest on the subject of the measures now impending in Parliament in relation to the corn laws; entered against the second reading of a bill "to empower His Majesty to admit foreign corn for home consumption under certain limitations." Lauderdale, James Maitland, 8th earl of 
25-Feb-1977ProverbsHONDA, Yoshinori; 本田, 喜範
25-Mar-1970P・H・Pメイソン「日本における最初の総選挙 : 1890年」 : 外国人による最新の明治史研究の一成果 : 紹介色川, 大吉; IROKAWA, Daikichi
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