DSpace
English 日本語

Tokyo Keizai University Institutional Repository >

Browsing by Title

Jump to: 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
or enter first few letters:   
Sort by: In order: Results/Page Authors/Record:
Showing results 2930 to 2949 of 10542
< previous   next >
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1748Seasonable observations on the naturalization bill, now depending in Parliament; and also a clear confutation of the City of London's remonstrance to the House against it, shewing the advantages that will accrue to Great-Britain by a naturalization. -
1737Seasonable observations on the present fatal declension of the general commerce of England. -
1748Seasonable observations on the trade to Africa. -
1733Seasonable reflections occasioned by the bills expected in Parliament relating to the duties on wines and tobacco,.. -
1747Seasonable reflections on the late convention, concluded the 3d of May last, between the courts of Vienna and Turin, for partitioning between them the territories belonging to the Republic of Genoa; especially shewing the injurious consequence to the British trade, should Savona and final be annexed, in virture of any future general peace, to the dominions of the house of Savoy. -
1822Second address to the landowners of the United Empire. Western, Charles Callis Western, baron 
-Second letter from a dog in the country, to his friend in town. -
1721A Second letter to Mr. Law. -
1801Second report from the Committee on orders respecting Ireland. Gt. Brit. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee on Orders Respecting Ireland 
1801Second report from the Second committee appointed to consider of the standing orders relative to bills of inclosure. Gt. Brit. Parliament. House of Commons. Second committee Appointed to Consider of the Standing Orders Relative to Bills of Inclosure. 
1819Second reports from the Secret Committee on the expediency of the Bank resuming cash payments. Gt. Brit. Parliament. House of Commons. Secret Committee on Bank of England.  
1729Second thoughts are best: or, A further improvement of a late scheme to prevent street robberies: by which our streets will be so strongly guarded, and so gloriously illuminated, that any part of London will be as safe and pleasant at midnight as at noonday; and burglary totally impracticable: with some thoughts for suppressing robberies in all the publick roads of England, &c. Humbly offered for the good of his country, submitted to the consideration of the Parliament, and dedicated to His Sacred Majesty King George IId. Defoe, Daniel 
1754Select essays on commerce, agriculture, mines, fisheries, and other subjects ... -
1754Select essays on commerce, agriculture, mines, fisheries, and other useful subjects -
1732Select tracts relating to colonies. An essay on plantations. Some passages taken out of the History of Florence, A treatise. The benefit of plantations or colonies. A discourse concerning plantations. Sir Francis Bacon Niccolo Machiavelli John de witt William Penn Josiah Child 
1732Select tracts relating to colonies. Sir Francis Bacon Niccolo Machiavelli John De Witt William Penn Josiah Child 
30-Dec-1978Separation of "Operation and State" in Some Terminologies of Mathematical Genetics Related to Inbreeding and OutbreedingSHIKATA, Morikazu; 志方, 守一
1744Serious considerations on the high duties examin'd: address'd to Sir Matthew Decker, Horsley, William 
1744Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: with a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax. 3d. ed Decker, Sir Matthew, bart. 
1756Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: with a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies, by one single tax. 7th ed. Decker, Sir Matthew bart. 
Showing results 2930 to 2949 of 10542
< previous   next >

 

Valid XHTML 1.0! DSpace Software Copyright © 2002-2010  Duraspace