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1800Return to an order of the House of Commons, for "An account of the amount of the public funded debt of the kingdom, at the following periods: viz. at the beginning of the years 1700, 1710, 1720, 1730, 1740, 1750, 1760, 1765, 1770, 1775, 1780, 1785, 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, and 1800." Gt. Brit. Exchequer, James Fisher 
1811Return to the address of the House of Commons, dated the 10th of April 1811; -in regard to the deficiency in weight of the silver coins of the kingdom. Gt. Brit. Mint 
1797Return to the order of the Honourable House of Commons, of the 24th day of March 1797, for an account of the advances made, or ordered to be made, for the service of His Imperial Majesty, since the 13th of December 1796: and also of the securities for the repayment of the same; together with an account of the dates of the advances respectively. Gt. Brit. Treasury Charles Long. 
1811Return to the order of the House of Commons, dated 14th, February 1811; -for an account of all monies, which have been sent from this country by the Paymasters General of His Majesty's Land Forces, for the use of His Majesty's Armies abroad; or for the succour of His Majesty's Allies; from the 8th November 1809, exclusive, to 25th February 1811, inclusive: distinguishing gold from silver, bullion from coin, and the places to which the said monies were sent respectively; and distinguishing the amount purchased by the Paymasters General, from that, which they received otherwise than by purchase. Gt. Brit. War Office. Dd. Thomas. 
1800Return to the resolution of the Honourable the House of Commons, of the 13th of this instant;"that there be laid before this House, copies of all representations made to the Privy council, complaining of the want or high price of copper, either by the merchants, ship owners, or manufacturer." Gt. Brit. Ordnance Office, R. H. Crew 
1800Returns presented to the House of Commons, by Mr. Secretary at War. Gt. Brit. War Office, Harry Calvert 
1811[Review of the Report of Mr. Huskisson and Bosanquet's pamphlets] -
1798A review of the shipping system of the East-India Company; with suggestions for its improvement, to secure the continuance of the carrying trade to this country; and the advantages of the Indian commerce to the company. Cotton, Joseph 
25-Mar-1980"Riders to the Sea." John Millington Synge(1871-1909)KOJIMA, Tomi; KOJIMA, Tomi
1682Rights of the kingdom: or, Customs of our ancestors. Touching the duty, power, election, or succession of our kings and Parliaments, our true liberty, due allegiance, three estates, their legislative power, original judicial, and executive; with the militia. Sadler, John 
20-Jun-1995Risk-Adjusted Deposit Insurance and Loan Sales MarketsKONISHI, Masaru; 小西, 大
1862Rom und Jerusalem, die letzte Nationalitätsfrage. Briefe und Noten. Von M. Hess...Hess, Moses, 1812-1875.
1774Rules and articles by the Commissioners of the annexed estates in Scotland, for the improvement of highland farms, and for the encouragement of tenants upon the said estates. Scotland. Commissioners of the annexed estates Ja. Pringle 
1773Rules and articles by the Commissioners of the annexed estates in Scotland, for the improvement of lowland farms, and for the encouragement of tenants upon the said estates. Scotland. Commissioners of the annexed estates Ja. Pringle 
1802Rules and articles to be observed and kept by the members of a Friendly Society or called the Woollen-Cloth Weavers' Society, instituted for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, and begun the 24th day of September, 1802. Woollen-Cloth Weavers' Society, Glocestershire 
1802Rules and articles to be observed and kept by the members of a Friendly Society or club, called the Woollen-Cloth Weavers' Society, instituted for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, and begun the 24th, day of September, 1802. Woollen-Cloth Weavers' Society Wiltshire 
1755Rules and orders of the Edinburgh Society, for the Encouragement of Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, and Agriculture. Edinburgh Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, and Agriculture. 
1755Rules and orders of the Edinburgh Society, for the encouragement of arts, sciences, manufactures, and agriculture. Edinburgh Society for the encouragement of arts, sciences, manufactures, and agriculture. 
-Rules and orders of the Society for Constitutional Information. Society for Constitutional Information, London. 
1795Rules and orders of the Society instituted at London, for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce. Royal Society of Arts, London 
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