Great Britain -- 17th century -- Biography. : The London bully, or The prodigal son : displaying the principal cheats of our modern debauchees. With the secret practices and cabals of the lewd apprentices of this town: discovered in the life & actions of an eminient citizens son.
Tithes -- Great Britain, 1696-1736. : A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people call'd Quakers in the Exchequer : ecclesiastical, and other courts, for demands recoverable by the Acts made in the 7th and 8th years of the reign of King William the Third, for the more easie recovery of tithes, church-rates, &c. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Members of both Houses of Parliament.
Great Britain -- 1707- -- Gazetteers. : The present state of Great Britain : under the auspicious government of Her Most Sacred Majesty Queen Anne. Containing, I. A general description of England, Scotland, and Wales, through their several Cities, Counties, Districts, Principalities, &c. II. Of the Present Genius, Language, Trade, Laws, and Religion of the Britains. III. Of the several Ranks and Orders of Men; the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and Commonalty. With a particlar Account of Precedency, from First Peer, to the Meanest Peasant. Taken from the Authorities of the best Lawyers, both Common and Civil, as well as Antiquaries, Heralds, &c. such as Cambden, Selden, Segar, Ferne, and many others. IV. Of the Present Monarchy of Great Britain; its Greatness and Power; the Sovereign's Prerogative, Dignity, Title, and Arms; Her Court, Forces, and Revenues of the present Princes and Princesses of the Blood Royal, and the Succession to the Crown, as settled by Act of Parliament. V. Of the High-Court of Parliament, Privy-Council, and all Courts of Judicature. With the Newest and most Perfect List of Her Ma.
Ability in children -- Great Britain. : Evidence presented to the Newsom Committee : enquiry into the education of pupils between the ages of 13 and 16 of average or less than average ability / Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions.
Abolitionists -- Great Britain -- Societies, etc. : Report of the proceedings at meetings held at the Westminster Palace Hotel, May 17, 1865 [electronic resource] : Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton ... in the chair, in the morning, ... the Duke of Argyll ... in the chair in the afternoon / containing the speech of ... the Duke of Argyll ; also, speeches by Lord Houghton ... [et al.].