Constitutional history -- Great Birtian -- Early works to 1800. : A plea for succession, in opposition to popular exclusion. : Wherein it is evidenced, that an association, or any other such method; is a more immediate way to arbitrary power; and a more certain road to popery: than a standing up to the right of succession, can in any reason be supposed to be. With some remarques on Coleman, and his letters.
Constitutional history -- Great Britain -- Juvenile literature. : Parlour commentaries on the Constitution and laws of England [electronic resource] : being a familiar explanation of the nature of government and the necessity of legal authority : with some account of the proceedings in Parliament and courts of justice / by Jefferys Taylor.
Constitutional history -- Greece -- Sources. : The provisional constitution of Greece, translated from the second edition of Corinth, accompanied by the original Greek : preceded by a letter to the Senate of the Grecian Confederation and by a general view of the origin and progress of the revolution by a Grecian eye-witness : and followed by official documents.
Constitutional history -- Guam. : Constitution for the Virgin Islands and Constitution for Guam : hearing before the Subcommittee on Territorial and Insular Affairs, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R. 9460 and others, to provide for the establishment of a constitution for the Virgin Islands; H.R. 9491 and others, to provide for the establishment of a constitution for Guam, hearing held in Washington, D.C. September 17, 1975.
Constitutional history -- Hansa towns. : Frühe bürgerliche Institutionen norddeutscher Hansestädte : Beitr. zu e. vergleichenden Verfassungsgeschichte Lübecks, Bremens, Lüneburgs u. Hamburgs im Mittelalter / Burchard Scheper.
Constitutional history -- Hungary -- Early works to 1800. : Institutum diplomatico-historicum inclyti regni Hungariae regnorumque : ac provinciarum sacræ illius coronæ juribus obnoxiarum, sublimioribus auspiciis excitatum adumbrat, nobilissimis patriæ civibus offert, eosque in meriti partem honorificentissime provocat / Martinus Geor. Kovachich Senquiciensis.