Dogs -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A dog of vvar, or, The trauels of Drunkard, the famous curre of the Round-Woolstaple in Westminster [electronic resource] : His seruices in the Netherlands, and lately in France, with his home returne. By Iohn Taylor. The argument and contents of this discourse is in the next page or leafe.
Dogs -- Pregnancy. : Canine reproduction and neonatology : a practical guide for veterinarians, veterinary staff, and breeders / Marthina L. Greer, DVM, JD.
Dogs -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800. : Tustins observations, or Conscience embleme [electronic resource] : the watch of God, similized by the wakefull dog. / By me John Tustin, who hath beene plundered and spoyled by the Patentees for white and gray Soape eighteene severall times to his utter undoing.
Dogs -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800. : The london-Puppies memorial; complaining of the great hardships they have lately suffer'd by the unmerciful hands of St. Paul's dog-whippers. Humbly presented to the High-Church, on behalf of themselves, and others [electronic resource].
Dogs -- Taxation. : The dogs plea [electronic resource] : or reasons most humbly submitted by the barking fraternity of Great Britain, to the men their masters. Shewing why dogs ought to be exempted from taxes. By Brindle.
Dogs -- Taxation -- Early works to 1800. : New taxes. Abstracts of the several acts of Parliament, laying duties on legacies, dogs, horses, mules and horse-dealers [electronic resource] : Also, the new regulations of the hat duty; for exempting from the window-tax, dairies and cheese-rooms; for the better maintenance of curates; for the prevention of frauds by Millars; and to prevent the use of defective weights and balances, &c, &c.
Dogs -- Taxation -- England. : Crude thoughts on the dog-act. [electronic resource] : Recommended to the Consideration of all such as are to be disqualified by it, The farmers, freeholders, and Every Honest Man in the Kingdom of England. By a Person without Eyes from his Birth.