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Constitutional history -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1680

The antient right of the Commons of England asserted, or, A discourse proving by records and the best historians, that the Commons of England were ever an essential part of Parliament / by William Petyt of the Inner-Temple, Esq.

    Petyt, William, 1636-1707.
London : Printed for F. Smith, T. Bassett, J. Wright, and S. Heyrick,        10 unnumbered pages, 75 pages, 184 pages ; 19 cm (octavo) 1680
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    E-RESOURCE 1727

The Britannic constitution, or, The fundamental form of government in Britain : demonstrating, the original contract entred into by King and people, according to the primary institutions thereof, in this nation : wherein is proved, that the placing o

    Acherley, Roger, 1665?-1740, author.
London : Printed for A. Bettesworth, J. Osborn, and T. Longman : W. and J. Innys : W. Means and D. Browne : J. Stevens and T. Woodward : R. Ford : E. Symon : J. Stagg : S. Billingsley,        1 online resource (vii, 5-695, 9 unnumbered pages). 1727
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    E-RESOURCE 1793

The British constitution : Embellished with a cut. .

   
London : printed for R. Snagg, No. 26, Brunswick-Street, Surey side or Black-Friars' Bridge; and sold by C. Stalker, Stationers'-Court; T. Axtell, Royal Exchange, and J. Sudbury, Tooley-Street,        iv,28 pages : illustrations ; 8⁰ 1793
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

Cases in law and equity, argued, determined and adjudged in the King's Bench and Chancery, in the twelfth and thirteenth years of Queen Anne, during the time of Lord Chief Justice Parker ; with two treatises, the one on the action of debt, the other

    Gilbert, Geoffrey, 1674-1726, author.
Dublin : Printed by Elizabeth Lynch,    2nd edition, revised and corrected, with many additional notes and references.    1 online resource (336 unnumbered pages). 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1793

The constitution of England : or, an account of the English government: in which it is compared, both with the republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe. By J. L. de Lolme, Advocate, member of the council of the two hundred in

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
Dublin : printed for P. Byrne, Grafton-Street; and J. Moore, College-Green,    A new edition, corrected.    viii,xv,1 unnumbered page,378,14 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1793
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    E-RESOURCE 1788

The constitution of England : or an account of the English government; in which it is compared, both with the republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe. By J. L. de Lolme, Advocate, Member of the Council of the Two Hundred in

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
London : printed for G. G. J. & J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row; and J. Murray, Fleet-Street,    A new edition, corrected.    8 unnumbered pages,xvi,540,20 unnumbered pages,plate : portrait ; 8⁰ 1788
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    E-RESOURCE 1800

The constitution of England : or, an account of the English government; in which it is compared both with the republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe. By J. L. de Lolme, advocate, Member of the Council of the Two Hundred in

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
London : printed by S. Hamilton, Falcon Court, Fleet Street; for G. G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row; J. Stockdale, Piccadilly; and Murray and Highley, Fleet-Street,    A new edition, corrected.    4 unnumbered pages,xvi,522,18 unnumbered pages,plate : portrait ; 8⁰ 1800
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    E-RESOURCE 1785

The constitution of England : Or An account of the English government; in which it is compared both with the republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe. By J.L. De Lolme, advocate, member of the council of the two hundred in th

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
Dublin : Printed by J. Rea, for R. Moncrieffe, No. 16, Capel-Street, and P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street, near the College,    The fifth edition. Corrected and Enlarged.    8 unnumbered pages,362,14 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1785
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

The constitution of England : Or An account of the English government: in which it is compared, both with the republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe. By J.L. De Lolme, advocate, member of the council of the two hundred in t

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
Basil : Printed and sold by J.J. Tourneisen,    A new edition, corrected.    xviii,430,6 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1776

The constitution of England : or an account of the English government; in which it is compared with the republican form of government, and occasionally with the other monarchies in Europe. By J. L. de Lolme, Advocate, Citizen of Geneva.

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
Dublin : printed for W. Wilson, No. 6, Dame-Street,    The fourth edition, corrected by the author.    ix,1 unnumbered page,257,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1776
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    E-RESOURCE 1777

The constitution of England : or an account of the English government; in which it is compared with the republican form of government, and occasionally with the other monarchies in Europe. By J. L. de Lolme, Advocate, Citizen of Geneva.

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
London : sold by G. Kearsley, in Fleet Street; and J. Ridley, in St. James's Street,    A new edition.    iv,404 pages ; 8⁰ 1777
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    E-RESOURCE 1778

The constitution of England : Or An account of the English government; in which it is compared with the republican form of government, and occasionally with the other monarchies in Europe. By J.L. De Lolme, advocate, citizen of Geneva. A new edition.

    Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
London : Sold by G. Kearsley, in Fleet-Street, and J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street,        2 volumes ; 8⁰ 1778
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1672

The continuation of An historicall discourse, of the government of England, until the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. : With a preface, being a vindication of the ancient way of parliaments in England. / By Nath. Bacon of Grays-Inn, Esquire.

    Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660.
London, :bPrinted for Matthew Walbanck, and Henry Twyford, and are to be sold at Grays-Inn-Gate, and in Vine-Court Middle Temple,, [publisher not identified],        24 unnumbered pages, 307 pages, 9 unnumbered pages ; 20 cm (quarto) 1672
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    E-RESOURCE 1672

The continuation of an historicall discourse, on the government of England, until the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. : With a preface, being a vindication of the ancient way of Parliaments in England. / By Nath. Bacon of Grays-Inn, Esquire.

    Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660.
London : Printed for Matthew Walbanck, and Henry Twyford, and are to be sold at Grays-Inn-Gate, and in Vine-Court Middle Temple,        24 unnumbered pages, 307 pages, 9 unnumbered pages 1672
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    E-RESOURCE 1649

A declaration of the Parliament of England : expressing the grounds of their late proceedings, and of setling the present government in a way of a free state.

    England and Wales. Parliament.
London : Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the honorable House of Commons, and are to be sold at his shop in Fleetstreet, at the sign of the Golden-Dragon, near the Inner-Temple,        [1+] 1649
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    E-RESOURCE 1798

An englishman's advice to his countrymen : on the present state of their general interests and prosperity under their good old constitution. .

    Englishman.
London : printed for R. Bickerstaff, corner of Essex Street in the Strand,        41,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1798
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An entire and complete history, political and personal, of the boroughs of Great Britain : to which is prefixed, an original sketch of constitutional rights, from the earliest period until the present time, and the principles of our ancient represent

    Oldfield, T. H. B. (Thomas Hinton Burley), 1755-1822, author.
London : Printed for G. Riley ... and sold by J. Debrett ... Messrs. Egertons ... Messrs. Whieldon and Butterworth ... and Richardson ...,        1 online resource (3 volumes). 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1770

An essay on the English constitution.

    Cato.
London : printed for the author, and sold by J. Almon, in Piccadilly,        119,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1770
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    E-RESOURCE 1734?

The famous dedication to the pamphlet, entitled, a dissertation upon parties, addressed to the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Walpole. : To which is annexed, the memorable Daily Courant of Thursday, November 28, 1734, upon the subject of Mr. Ward's Pill-Plot, s

    Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount, 1678-1751.
London : Printed for E. Hill in White Fryars, Fleet-street, and sold at Pamphlet shops,        xviii,17-40 pages ; 8⁰ 1734?
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    E-RESOURCE 1799

A general view of the laws : Government, Revenue, Ecclesiastical, Civil, Military, and Naval Establishments of England: including a full account of the British constitution. The second edition. By J. Price.

    Price, John, 1773-1801.
London : printed for G. Sael, No. 192, Strand,        3 unnumbered pages,vi-xii,236,4 unnumbered pages ; 12⁰ 1799
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    E-RESOURCE 1647

The grand informer. Or the prerogative of princes, priviledge of parliaments, propriety of the subiect, and power of the magistrate in point of civill government fully asserted. : Being a cleare and iust vindication of the late proceedings of the Arm

   
Oxford : Printed by I.H. and H.H. and commanded to be published for the information of the oppressed commons of England,        15 pages, 1 unnumbered page 1647
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    E-RESOURCE 1721

The hell-Fire-Club: kept by a society of blasphemers. : A satyr. Most humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Thomas Baron Macclesfield, Lord High-Chancellor of Great Britain. With the King's order in council, for suppressing immorality and prophane

    R. B.
London : printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, and A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar,        23,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1721
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    E-RESOURCE 1789

An historical view of the English government : from the settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the accession of the House of Stewart. By John Millar, Esq.

    Millar, John, 1735-1801.
Dublin : printed by Zachariah Jackson, for Grueber and M'allister, No. 59, Dame-Street,        vi[that isiv],6 unnumbered pages,5,1 unnumbered page,506,20 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1789
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    E-RESOURCE 1790

An historical view of the English government : from the settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the accession, of the House of Stewart. By John Millar, Esq. Professor of Law in the University of Glasgow. .

    Millar, John, 1735-1801.
London : printed for A. Strahan, and T. Cadell in the Strand; and J. Murray, N 32, Fleet-street,    The second edition.    vii,9 unnumbered pages,565,19 unnumbered pages ; 4⁰ 1790
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    E-RESOURCE 1790

An historical view of the English government : from the settlement of the Saxons in Britain to the accession of the house of Stewart. By John Millar, Esq. Professor of Law in the University of Glasgow.

    Millar, John, 1735-1801.
Dublin : printed for J. Jones, No. III, Grafton-Street. Opposite the College,        10 unnumbered pages,5,1 unnumbered page,506,18 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1790
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1672

An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England. : The first part. : From the first times till the reign of Edward the Third.

    Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660.
London. : Printed for Matthew Walbancke at Grays-Inn-Gate.,        12 unnumbered pages, 323 pages, 13 unnumbered pages ; 20cm (quarto) 1672
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    E-RESOURCE 1647

An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England. The first part. From the first times till the reigne of Edvvard the third.

    Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660.
London : Printed for Mathew Walbancke at Grayes-Inne-Gate,        16 unnumbered pages, 323 pages, 13 unnumbered pages : illustrations 1647
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    E-RESOURCE 1672

An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England. The first part,

    Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660.
London. : Printed for Matthew Walbancke at Grays-Inn Gate.,        12 unnumbered pages, 323 pages, 13 unnumbered pages 1672
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    E-RESOURCE 1797

History of the original constitution of parliaments : from the time of the Britons to the present day ; shewing their duration and mode of election, the various innovations and alterations which have taken place in the state of the representation of

    Oldfield, T. H. B. (Thomas Hinton Burley), 1755-1822, author.
London : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson,        1 online resource (viii, 548 pages). 1797
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    E-RESOURCE 1650

Judges judged out of their own mouthes. Or The question resolved by Magna charta, &c. : Who have been Englands enemies, kings seducers, and peoples destroyers, from Hen. 3. to Hen. 8. and before and since. / Stated by Sr. Edward Coke ... ; Expostulat

    Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.
London, : Printed by W. Bently, and are to be sold by John Williams ...,        4 unnumbered pages, 117 pages 1650
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    E-RESOURCE 1773

The judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights, power, and prerogative of kings, and the rights, priviledges, and properties of the people : shewing the nature of government in general, God and man : an account of the British gover

    True lover of the Queen and country, author.
Philadelphia : Reprinted, and sold by John Dunlap, in Market Street,    11th edition corrected.    1 online resource (viii, 9-156 pages). 1773
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    E-RESOURCE 1771

The judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights, power, and prerogative of kings, and the rights, priviledges, and properties of the people : shewing the nature of government in general, both from God and man : an account of the Bri

    True lover of the Queen and country.
London : Reprinted and sold by J. Williams,    The tenth edition corrected.    1 online resource (viii, 168 pages). 1771
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    E-RESOURCE 1795

The last advice but one : of a lover of the British constitution, to All Lovers of the said Constitution, respecting the new sedition and treason bills.

    Lover of the British Constitution.
London : printed for H.D. Symonds, No 20, Pater-Noster-Row,        4 unnumbered pages,20 pages ; 8⁰ 1795
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    E-RESOURCE 1794

Magna Charta : with its history and defence, from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the present time; ... with an essay on Parliaments. Wrote by Dr. Samuel Johnston.

    Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.
Edinburgh : printed for J. Denoon and D. Clark,        124,1 unnumbered page,127-165;17,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1794
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    E-RESOURCE 1753

Of civil polity.

   
London : printed,        2 unnumbered pages,vi,10,7-36 pages ; 8⁰ 1753
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    E-RESOURCE 1790?

A plain and candid statement of facts, respecting the natural and civil rights of man : and the peculiar excellencies of the British constitution.

   
[Norwich] : Printed by Yarington and Bacon, Norwich: and sold by R. Baldwin, Paternoster-Row, London; Merrill, Cambridge; Downes, Yarmouth; Marshall, Lynn; Fortin, Swaffham, and all other booksellers,        69,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1790?
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    E-RESOURCE 1659

A plea for the peoples good old cause: Or, The fundamental lawes and liberties of England asserted, proved, and acknowledged, to be our right before the Conquest, and by above 30 Parliaments, and by the late King Charls; and by the Parliament and the

    Bray, William, active 17th century.
London, : Printed by J.C. and are to be sold by Francis Smith at the Elephant and Castle near Temple-Barr.,        2 unnumbered pages, 14 pages 1659
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    E-RESOURCE 1785

Political letters : written in March and April M.DCC.LXXXIV.

    Meredith, William, 1725?-1790.
London : printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly,        85,3 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1785
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    E-RESOURCE 1785

Political letters written in March and April M.DCC.LXXXIV. : By Sir William Meridyth, Bart.

    Meredith, William, 1725?-1790.
Dublin : printed by P. Byrne, College Green,        71,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1785
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    E-RESOURCE 1797

The principles of the constitution of England : Including an account of the Parliament, national debt, and established religion.

   
London : printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly,        4 unnumbered pages,29,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1797
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